Middlebury, VT local health office building

Our staff are based in your community – we are the local face of public health in Addison County. We work in schools, at worksites, with your town offices and with partner groups. We also 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.

We are a Breastfeeding Friendly Employer.

Contact Information
Middlebury Office of Local Health
156 So. Village Green, Suite 102
Middlebury, VT 05753

Moira Cook, District Director
888-253-8804 or 802-388-4644
Email AHS.VDHOLHMiddlebury@vermont.gov

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

The Middlebury Local Health Office promotes the health and wellness of Addison County’s women, children and families throughout their lives. To do this we:

We work with the Addison County Regional Planning Commission and the newly formed Walk/Bike Council to ensure that walk and bike safety, education and infrastructure are considered as part of community plans.

We offer assistance and support to small businesses with 100 employees or fewer to develop or expand worksite wellness committees and policies.

We support schools in promoting health and wellness for the entire school community.

Our Immunization Public Health Nurse works closely with local families and medical practices to increase immunization rates in Addison County for infants, children, adolescents and adults.

We are responsible for investigating reportable diseases to prevent further spread of illness in Addison County. Reportable diseases are illnesses that are considered to be of public health importance.

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 connect tobacco prevention and quit partners with schools and community organizations throughout the county.

We work to ensure that Health Department staff, community partners and the public have access to the information and resources they need to be prepared for public health emergencies.