Local Reports and Data in Central Vermont

Vermont continues to be one of the healthiest states in the nation, yet we know there are always challenges ahead. To meet these, we track, measure, report on, and apply data in order to achieve our shared goals for improving public health. Our data portal allows you to access this information, view trends over time, and visualize the indicators on Vermont maps.

These resources provide information about population health status and contributors to health in Central Vermont:

RESOURCES

Childhood Trauma and its Impact on Community Wellness
 

Maps & Trends - Includes tables and graphs for numerous health indicators and Vermont health goals.

Chronic Disease in Orange County

Chronic Disease in Washington County

2015 Vermont Youth Risk Behavior Survey Report for Washington County 

2015 Vermont Youth Risk Behavior Survey Report for Orange County 

Youth Risk Behavior Survey by Supervisory Union 

Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) – Barre District Office Profile 

Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) – Barre Data Summary Report

Oral Health in Barre District Office and Vermont

2014 Vermont School Health Profiles Survey Report 

Community Health Needs Assessment

Washington County Adolescent Marijuana Use and other Risk Behaviors
 
Orange County Adolescent Marijuana Use and Other Risk Behaviors
 

Washington County Profile Regional Prevention Partnership Grant

Orange County Profile Regional Prevention Partnership Grant

- Includes estimates of substance use/abuse prevalence based on national and state surveys, as well as data to assist the Local Health Offices and sub-recipients with preventing and reducing substance use among 12-25 year-olds in their communities”

Cancer Fact Sheet – Washington County 

Cancer Fact Sheet – Orange County 

Vermont School Immunization Rates 

Local Health Basemap - A geographic view of information; adjust the map to display a wealth of community and health information for a region.

 

 If you have questions, please call 802-479-4200 or 888-253-8786 , or email us at AHS.VDHOLHBarre@Vermont.gov

 

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