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Our staff members live in the communities we serve, promoting health and wellness in Central Vermont, including Washington County and five towns in Orange County (Orange, Washington, Williamstown, Brookfield and Braintree). We work on a variety of health topics in partnership with schools, worksites, town offices and local service providers. We also serve individuals and families right in our office. Learn about the many ways we can help you, your family and your community be healthy.
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This toolkit was developed by the Barre District Office of Local Health and the Greater Barre Safe Sharps Alliance. It is a comprehensive safe needle disposal toolkit that provides a strategic framework for assessing the problem of unsafe needle disposal in a local community. The toolkit also outlines options for addressing the issue, and includes tips for building partnerships, developing and executing a plan and evaluating the project, among other resources. For additional information about safe sharps disposal from Health Department, visit Safe Needle Disposal in Vermont.
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We work to improve the health and well-being of school-aged children across Washington County. We support supervisory unions, school districts, independent schools, community organizations, students and their families by helping with high-impact strategies that make a difference in health.