This website is the result of a partnership of Vermont organizations dedicated to helping Vermonters like you get the support you need to take control of your health. Learn more about our partners below.

Blueprint for Health

The Vermont Blueprint for Health is transforming the way primary care is delivered and paid for in Vermont. This nationally recognized state program brings together health care providers, accountable-care organizations, social services, and more to incentivize research-based advanced primary care and connect more Vermonters to its benefits. The result is better access to quality health care and all the services that keep Vermonters healthy.

The Vermont Blueprint for Health’s goals are to:

  • Create an integrated, high-value health system in Vermont.
  • Improve the health of all Vermonters by making sure that they have access to high-quality primary care and preventive health services.
  • Improve control over health care cost by promoting health maintenance, prevention, and care coordination and management.

The Blueprint works with health care practices, hospitals, health centers, provider networks, insurers, and others to implement a statewide health service model in Vermont.

Learn more about Vermont Blueprint for Health

Vermont Department of Health

The Health Department’s many programs and initiatives help Vermonters live fuller, healthier lives from birth through old age—with a focus on prevention.

The Health Department:

  • Educates and informs Vermonters about eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and not using tobacco.
  • Promotes and improves access to immunizations, mammograms, pap tests, HIV/AIDS testing and care, and prenatal care.
  • Licenses doctors and hospitals, inspects food and lodging establishments and enforces health regulations.
  • Prepares for and responds to public health emergencies and threats, and provides the public with information to help them stay safe and healthy.

The Health Department offers public health and disease prevention services across Vermont through 12 local health offices. The local health offices work with health care providers, voluntary agencies, schools, businesses and community organizations to improve health and extend statewide initiatives in local communities.

Learn more about the Vermont Department of Health

UVM Medical Center – Community Health Improvement

The Community Health Improvement (CHI) program at The University of Vermont Medical Center impacts and serves thousands of people in the Vermont community with a wide variety of health, wellness and safety programs, including:

  • An adult outreach program that includes free blood pressure and cholesterol screenings, falls and fires home safety screenings and foot care program.
  • Child Passenger Safety Seat Program
  • Health Ministries/Faith in Action
  • Health Assistance Program which allows for affordable health care and medications for the underinsured or uninsured.
  • Injury Prevention and Safety Programs

Learn more about Community Health Improvement

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