Local Reports and Data for Windham County

Use our Public Health Data Explorer to see data for Windham County, for the area served by the Brattleboro Local Health Office, and for our Hospital Service Area. The Data Explorer can be used to see trends over time and maps of indicators that are used to track the health of Vermonters.

Public health Data EXPLORER

Healthy Vermonters 2020 captures priority health outcomes and indicators for the decade. The Quick Reference for Windham gives a look at the indicators and progress toward our goals.

Health Data Across all ages

The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey (BRFSS) and Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) look at health indicators across the age spectrum. Vermont tracks adult health-related risk behaviors, chronic health conditions, and use of preventive services using the BRFSS. YRBS monitors health risk behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death, disease, injury and social problems among youth.

Brattleboro reports by health topic

Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs
Adolescent Marijuana Use and Other Risk Behaviors Data Brief (Windham County)
Regional Prevention Partnership Grant Profile (substances use ages 12-25) (Windham County)
Youth Risk Behavior Survey Report (Windham County) (Reports by Supervisory Union)
Chronic Disease
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) (District Office Profile) (Summary Report)
Cancer Fact Sheet (Windham County)
3-4-50: Risk Behaviors, Chronic Disease, and Leading Causes of Death (Windham County)
Immunizations
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) (District Office Profile) (Summary Report)
Youth and Adolescent Data
Adolescent Marijuana Use and Other Risk Behaviors Data Brief (Windham County)
Regional Prevention Partnership Grant Profile (substances use ages 12-25) (Windham County)
Youth Risk Behavior Survey Report (Windham County) (Reports by Supervisory Union)

If you have questions, please call 888-253-8805 or 802-257-2880, or email us at AHS.VDHOLHBrattleboro@vermont.gov

Last Reviewed: January 18, 2018

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

The Brattleboro Local Health Office promotes the health and wellness of women, children and families throughout their lives.

We work with many partners so that our communities will be a place where people of all ages and abilities can move safely and get healthy food.

We work with local employers to start worksite wellness programs. Programs that make it easier to live a healthy life are good for Vermont workers and good for Vermont businesses too.

We work to improve the health and well-being of school-aged children across Windham County.  We support supervisory unions, school districts, community organizations, students and their families by helping with high-impact strategies that make a difference in health.

We work closely with families and medical practices to increase the number of people in Windham County who receive all their recommended immunizations.

We work with partners in Windham County to prevent disease. We provide education and other resources. When disease occurs, we work to identify it and stop it from spreading. We welcome your questions about infectious disease.

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 provide schools, health care providers and community groups with resources to support quitting smoking. We assist coalitions, towns and worksites on the development of tobacco policies and ordinances.

The Brattleboro Local Health Office is trained and ready to respond to public health emergencies so that people in our community can stay healthy and safe.

Our local health office connects families to resources to help ensure a safe and healthy home environment that is free of exposure to lead, radon, carbon monoxide, mold, pests and drinking water contaminants.

We welcome your call or email. Our regular office hours are 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We are closed on Vermont state holidays.

A healthy mouth is key to our overall well-being.  A pleasant smile increases our self-esteem and confidence around others.  Healthy teeth and gums allow us to chew a variety of foods.  Our teeth begin developing before birth and are meant to last a lifetime.  Today we can prevent dental disease.

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