Injury prevention is part of a comprehensive approach to enhancing health and quality of life for all Vermonters. Vermont's Injury Prevention Program uses data to determine activities while improving our understanding of the causes of injury, populations that are most at risk, and trends in a particular type of injury; and assessing the impact of prevention programs.
Injury Surveillance Reports
Year to Date Deaths by Suicide and Emergent Visits for Suicidal Ideation (As of April 8th, 2021)
- Data Table for Trends in Firearm Deaths, 2017-2019 NEW!
- Data Table for Trends in Suicide Deaths, 2017-2019
- Data Table for Trends in ED visits for Suicidal Ideation and Self-Directed Violence, 2017-2019
- Firearm Injury and Death, 2021 NEW!
- Mental Health-Related Emergency Department Visits Among Youth, 2021 NEW!
- Intentional Self-Harm and Death by Suicide, 2020
- Trends in ED visits for Suicidal Ideation and Self-Directed Violence, 2017-2019
- Unintentional Drowning, 2020
- Intentional Self-Harm and Death by Suicide, 2019
- Firearm Storage Safety, 2019
- Bicycle-Related Injuries, 2019
- Pedestrian-Related Injuries, 2019
- Firearm Injury and Death in Vermont, 2019
- Risk Behaviors and Protective Factors of High School Students Who Made a Suicide Plan, 2019
- Suicide Morbidity, 2018
- Suicide Mortality, 2017
- Falls Among Older Adults, 2017
- Firearm-Related Deaths, 2017
- Leading Causes Injury Morbidity, 2017
- Traumatic Brain Injury Morbidity and Mortality, 2017
- Sudden Unexpected Infant Death, 2017
- Leading Causes of Injury Mortality, 2017
- Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence, 2016
- Suicide Morbidity, 2016
- Suicide Mortality, 2016
- Accidental Drowning, 2016
- Firearm-Related Deaths, 2016