Burlington, VT local health office building

The Burlington Local Health Office is the face of public health in Chittenden County. Our staff are based in your community, and we work to protect the health and wellbeing of everyone in the towns we serve.  We work in schools, at worksites, with your town offices, partner groups, and we serve individuals and families right in our office. We help pregnant women, new mothers and young children to eat well and learn about nutrition, we provide oral health care and immunizations and we support programs and policies that help all people form healthy habits.  We invite you to learn about the many ways we can help you, your family and your community be healthy.

Contact Information
Burlington Local Health Office
108 Cherry Street, Suite 102
PO Box 70
Burlington, VT 05402

Heather Danis, District Director
888-253-8803 or 802-863-7323
Email AHS.VDHOLHBurlington@vermont.gov

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Communities Served

Bolton, Burlington, Charlotte, Colchester, Essex, Hinesburg, Huntington, Jericho, Milton, Richmond, St. George, Shelburne, South Burlington, Underhill, Westford, Williston, Winooski

500 Cities project

Burlington is one of 500 cities across the U.S. to be part of the 500 Cities Project, a joint effort between CDC, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the CDC Foundation. The project provides interactive city- and census track-level data to help communities see a fuller picture of how they fare on chronic disease measures such as smoking, obesity, mammogram and cholesterol screening rates and other factors that impact health. 

In This Section

WIC is the Federal Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children.

Our Maternal and Child Health Coordinator develops and maintains relationships with community organizations and health providers to help pregnant and postpartum women and children be happy and healthy.

The conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age have an impact on health.

We are available to assist small to medium sized employers in planning and starting worksite wellness programs in their workplace.

Our school health team is available to work with schools across the county to support the needs of schools, families, and community partners to improve health outcomes for school age children.

We work closely with families and medical practices to increase the number of people in Chittenden County who receive all their recommended immunizations.

Public health nurses at the Burlington Local Health Office follow up on cases of reportable disease.

Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Consultants work with community groups, schools, human service agencies, hospitals, law enforcement, parents, youth and others to strengthen the community’s health and decrease substance abuse.

We strive to reduce tobacco use in Chittenden County by partnering with schools and community organizations.

The Burlington Local Health Office works to improve its ability to respond to public health emergencies so that people in our community can stay healthy and safe.