People Living with a Chronic Condition

People Living with a Chronic Condition

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Many Vermonters manage chronic illnesses like asthma, cancer, diabetes, heart or lung disease every day. Find health, wellness and self-management information and guidance for people living with a chronic illness.

Information for You

Contacting a substance abuse counselor or program to get help can be hard, but it is a huge first step toward a healthier life. Treatment is effective!

Today, people with HIV can live longer with this infection, with a better quality of life, than ever before

Our brains age along with the rest of our bodies, and our abilities naturally change with age. T​his aging process is different from the disease process associated with a diagnosis of Alzheimer's.

Heart disease, or cardiovascular disease, affects women differently than men. Find important information and resources – like You First – especially for women.

Joining You First is quick and easy. Just follow these steps.

Recovery from substance use disorder is a lifelong process. Throughout Vermont, there are services to support you in your recovery. People recover!

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