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We are proud to present the 2016 Vermont Care Partners’ Outcomes Report. The VCP Network is a community-based system of care specializing in mental health, developmental disability, and substance use services. This system has operated for over 40 years and is comprised of 16 Designated and Specialized Service Agencies located in the communities where you work and live. Designated Agency (DA) and Specialized Service Agency (SSA) programs have successfully moved the point of person-centered care from institutional settings to community and home based services. While member agencies form a coordinated network of care, each agency also provides geographically specific services to best meet the needs of their community.

Data for this report was obtained from various State of Vermont Agency of Human Services Departments, federal sources, network member agencies, and from the Vermont Care Partner’s Data Repository that collects and analyzes network-wide service information. We are excited to have this new tool operational and providing us with immediate information about our network as a whole and for individual agencies via
performance dashboards. The implementation of the repository marks a significant step forward for our network agencies in using data for quality improvement. We realize that access to quality data is paramount in this evolving health care environment, and we are dedicated to providing our network agencies and stakeholders with current information about the impact of our work. We are grateful for your continued support for the important services that we provide Vermonters. We look forward to your feedback.

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STEPPING FORWARD TOGETHER: 
Advancing Equity and Cultural Competency to Improve Population Health 
This unprecedented and timely event will take place on: 
March 27-28 2017 
Sheraton Hotel, Burlington, Vermont

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We need your support at Mental Health Advocacy Day. 43 co-sponsors will be advocating for mental
health policies, and urging lawmakers about the importance of “Caring for Vermonters ~ Invest in
Menta l Health”. Please join us at the State House. The agenda includes activities that will be of
interest for every mental health advocate and supporter including advocacy training, opportunities to
interact with legislators, providing testimony and listening to personal stories of lived experience.

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STEPPING FORWARD TOGETHER: 
Advancing Equity and Cultural Competency to Improve Population Health 
This unprecedented and timely event will take place on: 
March 27-28 2017 
Sheraton Hotel, Burlington, Vermont

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September 28, 2016

CONTACT: Lance Metayer      lance.metayer@ncssinc.org      802-582-8039

VERMONT CARE PARTNERS RESPONDS TO INCREASED DEMAND FOR YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID TRAININGS

AWARE VERMONT: Vermont’s Statewide Youth Mental Health First Aidinitiative certified an additional 15 instructors through a nationally certified instructor training session conducted by the National Council for Behavioral Health on September 26th-28th in Montpelier, Vermont.

AWARE VERMONT is made possible by a grant from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).  For more information or to schedule training, contact Lance Metayer at lance.metayer@ncssinc.org or 802-582-8039 or visit www.vermontcarepartners.org.

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Advancing Equity and Cultural Competency to Improve Population Health
STEPPING FORWARD TOGETHER: Advancing Equity and Cultural Competency to Improve Population Health This unprecedented and timely event will take place on: March 27-28 2017 Sheraton Hotel, Burlington, Vermont...

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