Serving Caledonia County & the Northeast Kingdom
Services & Resources
For more information about these and other Vermont public health services,
visit the websites below or contact the district office
Breastfeeding & Mother-to-Mother Support
To help you get off to a good start, public health nurses and a nutritionist are available to answer questions if you are breastfeeding, and provide information about infant feeding. Breast pumps are available for WIC participants.
Children's Integrated Services - Department for Children and Families (DCF)
CIS coordinates the infant, child and family health and support services formerly provided by Healthy Babies Kids & Families, Children’s Upstream Services, and Family Infant Toddler.
Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment Program for children eligible for Dr. Dynasaur.
- Visit Green Mountain Care for more information about Vermont's health care coverage programs, including Catamount Health, Vermont Health Access Plan (VHAP), Dr. Dynasaur, and a number of pharmacy assistance and premium assistance programs.
Free mammograms and Pap tests for income-eligible Vermont women age 40 and older without Medicaid, VHAP or Medicare Part B; and age 18 to 39 with breast symptoms or an abnormal Pap test. For women 40 and older, screenings for cholesterol, diabetes, blood pressure and more are available.
Contact the district office at 800-952-2936 or 802-748-5151 for more information about the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children.
Barnet, Burke, Concord, Danville, East Haven, Granby, Groton, Guildhall, Kirby, Lunenburg, Lyndon, Maidstone, Newbury (including Wells River), Newark, Peacham, Ryegate, St. Johnsbury, Sheffield, Sutton, Topsham, Victory, Walden, Waterford, Wheelock.
District Director: Kathrin Lawlor
Phone: 800-952-2936 or 802-748-5151
TTY Users: Dial 7-1-1
Monday thru Friday 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Closed on holidays - See a list of holidays
Vermont Department of Health
107 Eastern Avenue, Suite 9
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819-2638
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