YOUR INPUT MATTERS! Central Vermont Medical Center, in collaboration with more than fifty other community organizations, is conducting a survey to assess the top health needs of our community.

If you live in Washington County or one of the following four townships of Orange County – Brookfield, Orange, Washington or Williamstown – we want to hear from you.

The 2019 CHNA Community Steering Committee includes representatives from:

Aldrich Public Library
Another Way Vermont
Barre Gardens
Barre Housing Authority
Barre Police Department
BlueCross BlueShield of Vermont
Bistate Primary Care Association 
Building Bright Futures
Community College of Vermont
Church of The Good Shepherd Barre
Clara Martin Center
Central Vermont Council on Aging
Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice
Central Vermont Medical Center
Central Vermont New Directions Coalition
Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission
Deaf Vermonters Advocacy Services
Disability Rights Vermont
Family Center of Washington County
First Presbyterian Church of Barre
Green Mountain United Way
Good Samaritan Haven
Greater Barre Community Justice Center
Green Mountain Natural Health
Green Mountain Transit
Harwood Unified Union School District
Hedding United Methodist Church
Hunger Free Vermont
Montpelier Community Justice Center
Montpelier Police Department
Morse Farm
MVP Healthcare
Norwich University
Northern Vermont Area Health Education Center
OneCare Vermont
Pathways Vermont
Prevent Child Abuse Vermont
Planned Parenthood of Northern New England
Spaulding High School
The Health Center - Plainfield
Turning Point Center of Central Vermont
Vermont Center for Independent Living
Vermont Affordable Housing Coalition
Vermont Agency of Human Services
Vermont Department of Health
Vermont Department of Health Access
Vermont Foodbank
Vermont Interfaith Action
Vermont Legal Aid
Washington County Mental Health Services
Washington County Youth Service Bureau

The survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete. All responses are voluntary and confidential.