Community Partners

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Local organizations and coalitions are partners in public health. Check out resources, guidance and funding opportunities to help protect and promote the health of Vermonters in your community.

Information for You

Did you know women who have experienced intimate partner violence in their lifetime were more likely to report having asthma, diabetes, frequent headaches, chronic pain, poor physical and mental health?

As children move away from childhood toward adolescence and young adulthood, the office space that once was thought of as comforting and fun may seem geared towards little kids.

Sometimes children need extra help to perform daily self-care skills. Children’s Personal Care Services may be available to help.

Caring for a baby or young child means thinking about the food you feed them, the time you spend reading, singing and playing games with them, and the things you do to keep them safe, healthy, and growing well.

Many Vermont supervisory unions and school districts have created wellness teams to work on health related policies, procedures, programs, and activities.

Start your prenatal care as soon as you know you are pregnant. Getting regular checkups with your health care provider will help you have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.

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