Suicide Surveillance Dashboard

Summary of 2024 Suicide-Related Emergency Department Visits and Deaths

  • So far in 2024, the overall rate of suicide-related ED visits is significantly lower than the previous three-year average. This decrease is seen in both men and women and in the ages of 0-24 and 45-64. The ages of 25-44 has seen a significant increase in suicide-related ED visits. 
  • So far in 2024, residents of Rutland and Windham Counties are experiencing statistically higher rates of suicide-related ED visits compared to the rest of Vermont, and residents of Grand Isle County are experiencing a significantly lower rate of suicide-related ED visits.
  • While trending lower, Vermont's rate of suicide death for January - April 2024 was statistically similar to the previous three-year average.

The Suicide Death Summary highlights additional 2023 preliminary suicide data. 

This dashboard is updated monthly to highlight recent suicide-related injuries and deaths in Vermont. Additional suicide data can be found on the Suicide and Mental Health Injury Reports page

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