Here you will find pertinent articles about mental health in Vermont and beyond.
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Editor’s note: This is the second in a four-part series that is a collaboration produced by members of the Vermont Care Partners for National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, featuring stories by and about Vermonters with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as the work of Vermont’s Developmental Services network. This part is written by Lila Bennett, director of Marketing, Development and Community Relations at Northeast Kingdom Human Services.
This was written before the coronavirus pandemic.
On February 13th, an important all-day event at the State House in Montpelier brings together an integrated coalition of public health partners to raise awareness and generate support for a set of Recommendations put forth by the AHS Suicide Prevention Work Group to Governor Phil Scott for suicide prevention.
A documentary brought by Vermont Care Partners
Lola Duffort, VT Digger
Commentary by VT Digger
Xander Landen, VT Digger
by Alexandre Silberman, VT Digger
VT Digger Commentary
Press Release by VT Digger
by Ellie French, VT Digger
by Alexandre Silberman
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