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OCPCC Feels the Bernie Love! - February 23, 2021 by Jennie

Thank You, Bernie!

Orange County Parent Child Center just received a donation of over $6,500.00 thanks to Bernie’s Inauguration Day mittens! Using his website Bernie began to raise money for Vermont Non-Profits based on merchandise sales featuring the popular meme. The first run sold out in 30 minutes!

Thanks to Bernie and Friends of Bernie – their efforts helped raise $1.8 million in just five days for charitable organizations in Vermont and he donated $100,000 of the money earned from the sales of his merchandise to Vermont Parent Child Center Network (VtPCCN) to be share between the 15 PCCs in the state! 

Thank you, Bernie! We will use the money wisely!

Fresh Food Tuesdays - January 11, 2021 by Jennie

On the second Tuesday of EVERY MONTH OCPCC receives a delivery of fresh produce from the Vermont Foodbank.

Anyone can come to the Center to pick up free veggies. Check our FaceBook page to find out what we have available on delivery day.

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Blakeman’s Toy and Clothing Drive Benefits OCPCC Families - December 21, 2020 by Jennie

Realizing that so many families are impacted by the COVID crisis this holiday season, the staff at BLAKEMAN’S TOWING in Tunbridge decided to begin a ‘first ever’ Toy and Clothing Drive for needy local families.

In early November Blakeman’s put out the word and people started dropping off gifts at Blakeman’s main offices on Rte 110 in Tunbridge.

This morning (December 21) Amanda Maxham, OCPCC’s Administrative Assistant picked up gifts for some of the families we work with.


Amanda and Darby from Blakeman’s

Help is Available at OCPCC - December 10, 2020 by Jennie

Dear Community Members,

Please remember that the Orange County Parent Child Center has many programs that support families with young children.

In addition to these programs; we are a diaper bank, we can provide food and other household essentials, and we can make referrals to state agencies if you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. And if you need someone to listen and help you sort out any problems you may be facing, we are here for you with a friendly, non-judgmental ear.

If your family could use some extra support of any kind, please let us know by emailing, or calling our Executive Director, Mary Ellen Otis (802) 685-2264.

If Mary Ellen is not there, please leave a message or email her directly,

EMPLOYMENT: Nurse Home Visitor - December 3, 2020 by Jennie


Orange County Parent Child Center’s Children’s Integrated Services (CIS) program seeks a dedicated, caring, and responsible person to serve the local community as a Nurse Home Visitor, based at its Tunbridge Headquarters and working throughout Orange and Northern Windsor Counties.

We are looking for a mature adult with excellent communication skills and the demonstrated ability to be empathetic, flexible, and non-judgmental with diverse populations.

The successful applicant will have a bachelor’s degree, current Vermont registered nursing (RN) license and CPR certification, plus two years recent experience in community maternal child and family health, public health, or mental/behavioral nursing.

See Job Description here

Job Type: Part-time 16 hours. Equal Opportunity Employer. Interested parties should contact the OCPCC CIS Coordinator, Lindsey Trombley, at with a letter of interest and resumé.

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