Town voters authorized the expenditure of $700 to CVCAC which helps people achieve economic sufficiency and supports individual/family development by alleviating the effects of poverty; assists people out of poverty and advocates for economic justice.
Town voters authorized the expenditure of $700 for the Central Vermont Council on Aging – working to keep elders aging successfully and living independently in their homesand communities as long as possible.
Town voters authorized the expenditure of $750 to CVHHH which is a full service Visiting Nurse Association providing comprehensive home halth and hospice care to all Central Vermonters regardless of ability to pay, geographic remoteness, or complexity of health care needs, health promotion and long term care services.
Central Vermont Medical Center works collaboratively to meet the needs and improve the health of the residents of central Vermont, providing 24-hour emergency care and full spectrum inpatient and outpatient services.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock (D-H) is a nonprofit academic health system that serves a population of 1.9 million in New England. D-H provides access to more than 1,000 primary care doctors and specialists in almost every area of medicine, delivering care in Lebanon, NH at its flagship, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center; the Norris Cotton Cancer Center, one of only 45 Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the nation; the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock; affiliate hospitals in Lebanon, Keene, and New London, NH, and Windsor, VT, and through the Visiting Nurse and Hospice for Vermont and New Hampshire; and at 24 Dartmouth-Hitchcock clinics that provide ambulatory services across New Hampshire and Vermont.
The D-H system trains nearly 400 residents and fellows annually, and performs world-class research, in partnership with the Audrey and Theodor Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and the White River Junction VA Medical Center in White River Junction, VT. In 2016, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center was named one of “100 Great Hospitals in America” by Becker’s Hospital Review.
Town voters authorized the expenditure of $200 for Downstreet (formerly CVCLT); creating and sustaining safe, decent and affordable housing and building strong and diverse communities.
Town voters authorized the expenditure of $200 to FCWCVT for fostering positive growth and development of young children and their families by offering safe, nurturing programs and services for children, families and service providers.
Gifford Health Care, an FTCA deemed Federally Qualified Health Center, is a network of community health centers throughout central Vermont and the Upper Valley. Our locations include six primary care clinics, a Critical Access Hospital with a renowned Birthing Center, specialty clinics, and senior living facilities.
Town voters authorized the expenditure of $50 for this agency. Since 1991, volunteer mothers of all ages have been offering ongoing support, education, and advocacy through home visits to all birth and adoptive families in Central Vermont.
Town voters authorized the expenditure of $500 for Green Mountain Transit Agency – meeting the special needs of transit dependent citizens including seniors, persons with disabilities, low-income residents and the general public.
Roads and highways of Roxbury as of 2016.
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Town voters authorized the expenditure of $200 for Peoples Health and Wellness Clinic, providing primary health care and wellness education to the uninsured and underinsured community members of Central Vermont who cannot otherwise afford these services.
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The University of Vermont Medical Center is part of a six-hospital network serving patients and their families in Vermont and northern New York. The University of Vermont Medical Center, along with the Larner College of Medicine at UVM and UVM College of Nursing and Health Sciences, is one of 138 academic medical centers in the country.
For more information about the UVM Medical Center call 802-847-0000.
Town voters authorized the expenditure of $500 to the Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired which, since 1926, has been enabling Vermonters with vision problems, whether blindness or impairment, to achieve and maintain independence.
The Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL), a nonprofit organization directed and staffed by individuals with disabilities, works to promote the dignity, independence and civil rights of Vermonters with disabilities.
A job resource website from the Vermont Department of Labor.
Vermont Legal Aid is where individuals and families turn when they face a civil legal problem that threatens their rights, shelter, job, health or well-being.
Official Vermont Tourism site.
The VT Agency of Transportation website displays all current road construction projects with link to the various projects for more detail.
Town voters authorized the expenditure of $100 to the VTNetwork (formerly Sexual Assault Crisis Team of Washington County), which advocates for female and male victims of sexual violence, their family members, spouses and friends, and includes emotional, legal and medical support, shelter, training and a 24-hour hotline.
Town voters authorized the expenditure of $250 for Cityscape after-school programs, counseling, drug/alcohol treatment, help for runaway/homeless youth, support for teen parents, teen center, reentry program for young offenders, 24-hour crisis intervention and more.
Northfield and Roxbury School District