3-4-50 is a simple but powerful way to understand and communicate the overwhelming impact of chronic disease in Vermont. 3-4-50 is about making a difference at a level that can influence the health of many. Businesses, schools, cities and towns, and health care providers all play an important role in shaping the health of Vermonters. Our common goal is to make the healthy choice the easy choice where we live, work, learn and play.
Lack of physical activity, poor diet, and tobacco use lead to...
4 chronic diseases
Cancer, heart disease and stroke, type 2 diabetes, and lung disease result in more than...
50% of all deaths in Vermont
Most chronic disease deaths are from the four diseases included in 3-4-50. The same three behaviors, lack of physical activity, poor diet, and tobacco use, can also make other chronic diseases worse including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and liver disease.
- ABC & LOL Child Care Center & Preschool
- Addison County Regional Planning Commission
- Boxcar and Caboose Bookshop & Cafe
- Champlain Valley Area Health Education Center
- Champlain Valley Creamery
- Chroma Technology
- Community Restorative Justice Center - St. Johnsbury
- Copley Hospital
- Eastern & Main Market and Deli
- Green Mountain Books & Prints
- The Grindstone Cafe
- Hastings Store
- Horizon's Deli and Convenience
- Lamoille County Mental Health
- Little Moose Crossing Childcare
- Mt Ascutney Hospital
- Northeast Kingdom Artisans Guild
- Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital
- Northern Counties Health Care
- Podo Shoes, Inc.
- Rodd Roofing
- Rutland Regional Medical Center
- Rutland Regional Planning Commission
- Springfield Area Parent Child Center
- Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce
- Town of Danville
- Town of Middlebury
- Trudell Consulting Engineers
- Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission
- Umbrella, Inc.
- Vermont Association of Planning & Development Agencies (VAPDA)
- Village Sport Shop
- XIP Training Systems