Policymakers & Researchers

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The Health Department has a wealth of data and tools for community partners, researchers and students on a wide range of public health topics. Use our data explorer to navigate community profiles, performance scorecards, the environmental public health tracking portal, health statistics and vital records, 3-4-50 pages – and much more!

Information for You

Find data briefs, reports and other publications on alcohol and drug use topics, including heroin and opioids, marijuana, and overall substance abuse in Vermont.

Our brains age along with the rest of our bodies, and our abilities naturally change with age. T​his aging process is different from the disease process associated with a diagnosis of Alzeheimer's.

When a basemap or an atlas isn’t enough, the Health Department uses GIS web “apps” that address important public health issues using GIS technology.

Grantees and contractors are required to adhere to federal and state regulations. All grants and contracts contain references to federal and state statutes, federal and state rules and regulations, and state agency policies. References to your federal and state responsibilities are provided here.

Find contact information for Vermont EMS Office staff, EMS services, and EMS district chairs, training coordinators and medical advisors.

Many state, regional, and national GIS resources are available that can assist with public health work:

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