Springfield, VT local health office building

The Springfield Local Health Office is the face of public health in our community. Our staff members are based in the towns they serve in Southern Windsor and Northern Windham Counties. We work with schools, worksites, coalitions, not-for-profit organizations, early childhood and health care providers and many others locally to promote health, prevent disease and prepare for emergencies. We help families and residents thrive through improved nutrition, immunization rates, health education and referrals to community resources. We invite you to learn about the many ways we can work together for a healthier community.

We are a Breastfeeding Friendly Employer.

Contact Information
Springfield Office of Local Health
100 Mineral Street, Suite 104
Springfield, VT 05156

Becky Thomas, District Director
888-296-8151 or 802-289-0600
Email AHS.VDHOLHSpringfield@vermont.gov

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Communities Served

Andover, Baltimore, Cavendish, Chester, Grafton, Londonderry, Ludlow, Plymouth, Reading, Rockingham (including Bellows Falls), Springfield, Weathersfield, West Windsor, Weston, Windham, Windsor

In This Section

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

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

We work to improve the health and well-being of school-aged children across Southern Windsor and Northern Windham Counties.  We support supervisory unions, school districts, community organizations

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

We work with partners in Southern Windsor and Northern Windham Counties 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, health care organizations, law enforcement, parents, youth and others to improve the community’s health and reduce substance abuse.

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.

The Springfield Local Office is trained and ready to respond to the public health emergencies so that people in our community can stay healthy and safe.  We partner with local emergency planners, businesses, planning commissions and first responders.

Our staff works with community partners to implement policy and environmental strategies that prevent chronic conditions such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer. We promote physical activity, access to nutritious foods, and healthy lifestyle choices.

Vermont continues to be one of the healthiest states in the nation, yet there are challenges ahead. To meet these, we track, measure, report on, and apply data in order to achieve our shared goals for improving public health.