top of page


Compassion Fatigue

March 14th, 2023 

1pm - 3pm

FREE - via Zoom

Speaker: Kheya Ganguly, (she/her) the Director of Trauma Prevention and Resilience Development for the Vermont Department Of Mental Health.


Learn about the intersections between trauma, resilience and self-care. For many of us, understanding how trauma may apply directly to us is something we have not considered. Given all the stressors and trauma we have undergone in the past few years, self-care is more important than ever. Learning about a new way of using self-care, versus care of self, versus community care, may help us better comprehend and include care of self and community care practices in our daily lives.

Thank you VHFA and VHMA for sponsoring this event!


VRSC is a membership organization of professionals from throughout the state.  Offered in the spring and fall, trainings include lunch and are open to the public for a small fee of $10.  VRSC and VHMA members can attend at no charge.   With attendance averaging around 50 people, the trainings cover topics that are not only relevant to Resident Service Coordinators, but other housing professionals, social workers, and community service providers.  These meetings are an excellent opportunity to network, build relationships, and learn best practices.  We rely on the support of our sponsors to help offset the costs of meeting location, professional fees and meals.  For information on the available sponsorship opportunities, please click here.  


VRSC meetings are held following the trainings and lunch.  Meetings generally last 1 hour and are open to members and prospective members.  Our Annual Meeting is held in the fall when we vote in new officers, approve a new budget, review annual materials, and discuss future trainings.

Meeting Minutes

Additional trainings are available through our partners.  Click here for more information.

bottom of page