Here you will find pertinent articles about mental health in Vermont and beyond.
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by Xander Landen, VT Digger
Michael Lowe's addiction spilled into public view when he crashed his police cruiser. For the last decade, he has been quietly living a life of recovery.
Ryan Mercer, Burlington Free Press
Updated 2:38 p.m. EDT May 23, 2019
They Are Us is a seven-part special series about mental health in Vermont, airing on VPR the week of Nov. 12. Each episode will highlight personal stories from inside the state's mental health care system.
by Live Well Lamoille
By PETER HIRSCHFELD, VPR
by Rutland Herald
Video by Sander's channel
Suicide Prevention Month: Learn about signs
Live Well Lamoille
By Maggie Brown Cassidy
By Allison Aubrey
Sponsored Content: University of Vermont Medical Center
By SARA KILEY WATSON
By Mike Faher
By Lisa Pryor
Lamoille County Mental Health Services is inviting the community to come together to build a playground for kids with special needs. Many children who have developmental, social and emotional challenges, or who have experienced trauma are unable to access public playgrounds for the safety of themselves or their peers. Like you, the staff at LCMHS believe deeply that all children should have a safe and engaging place to play outside.
If you are interested in joining a work day, please email me for the schedule! If you are unable to join us on a particular day but would like to contribute in another way, or if you and your team would like to work on a part of this project on your own please check out our wish list.
Thanks to the United Way of Lamoille County for kicking off our project with the donation of a swing set!
by Alicia Freese
Commentary by Mark Redmond
by KYMELYA SARI