Our Approach to Helping
We work as partners to walk alongside the person who is dealing with life’s challenges. Together we create an individual service plan which defines their objectives and goals. We believe that each person has strengths and we work to encourage, support, and empower people to overcome their difficulties and improve their lives.
We network with other advocates, health and social service providers, agencies, charitable organizations and community groups to make help easier to access for our community residents.
Meet Our Social Workers
Katey Doyle joined Neighborhood Connections in December, 2021 as a full-time social worker after earning her Master of Social Work degree from the University of New England. She relocated from Alaska in 2017, where she was raised on Kodiak Island. She lives in Windsor Country with her fiancee, Melissa, and their two beautiful daughters.
Lois Schram Osnow joined Neighborhood Connections in June, 2022 as a licensed clinical social worker. Prior to moving to Vermont, she was co-founder and owner of LS Gerontology Seminars, where she instituted culture change projects in more than 25 long term care facilities in addition to providing training to more than 75 long term care facilities in the tri-state area. She lives in Londonderry with husband Stuart and their retired service dog, Jack. She and Stuart have 22 year old twins Bennie and Annie Rose.
Area Food Resources:
Neighbor's Pantry Second Congregational
Open the 3rd Friday of every month
from 1pm - 4pm
Community Food Pantry Wardsboro Methodist Church
Open the last Wednesday of every month
from 6:30 - 8pm
Chester-Andover Family Center
Open the 2nd and 3rd Thursday of every month
from 12 - 4pm
Winhall Police Station and Stratton Mountain
5700 Mountain Marketplace
PO Box 207
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4:30PM