Brattleboro

Brattleboro, VT local health office building

The Brattleboro Local Health Office is the local face of public health in Windham County, and our staff live in the towns we serve. We serve all Vermonters, working in your communities, schools, worksites, and with local government and local healthcare providers. We help pregnant women, new mothers and young children to eat well and learn about nutrition. Our office provides oral health care and supports programs that help people form healthy habits, such as the being physically active. We support children with special health needs and we work towards the prevention of chronic disease including substance abuse. In partnership with local schools and health care providers, we prevent the spread of communicable diseases and provide immunizations. We invite you to learn about the many ways we can help you, your family, and your community.

Contact Information
Brattleboro Local Health Office
232 Main Street, Suite 3
Brattleboro, VT 05301

Prudence MacKinney, District Director
888-253-8805 or 802-257-2880
Email AHS.VDHOLHBrattleboro@vermont.gov

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Communities Served

Athens, Brattleboro, Brookline, Dover, Dummerston, Guilford, Halifax, Jamaica, Marlboro, Newfane, Putney, Somerset, Stratton, Townshend, Vernon, Wardsboro, Westminster, Whitingham, Wilmington

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Did you know that all 1- and 2-year-old children in Vermont should be tested for lead exposure by their medical provider?

Vermont continues to be one of the healthiest states in the nation, yet we know there are challenges ahead. To meet these, we track, measure, report on and apply data in order to achieve our shared goals for improving public health.

We welcome your call or email. Our regular office hours are 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We are closed on Vermont state holidays.

A healthy mouth is key to our overall well-being.  A pleasant smile increases our self-esteem and confidence around others.  Healthy teeth and gums allow us to chew a variety of foods.  Our teeth begin developing before birth and are meant to last a lifetime.  Today we can prevent dental disease.

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