How Much Did We Do?

VCP network agencies and programs supported
34,000+ clients
and touched the lives of approximately
50,000 Vermonters
through over 2 million services.
Vermont Care Partners provides
50% of services
in homes, school and communities where Vermonters work, live and play.
Network staff responded to
82 disasters
and/or community crises that affected over 1600 people*

How Well Did We Do It?

91% of people responded that they received the services they needed.

96% of people responded that staff treated them with respect.

80% of people served by Community Support Programs were consistently seen within one week of discharge from a psychiatric hospital, 54% were seen the same day.

100% of our agencies with mental health programs provide co-occurring services to people struggling with mental health and substance use disorders.

100% of our agencies promote access to preventative primary care, often supporting people’s attendance at appointments and coordinating care when needed.

100% of network mental health agencies provide crisis beds for support for mental health crises as an alternative to psychiatric hospitalization offered at a fraction of the cost.

91% of Vermont’s Supervisory Unions have agency staff embedded in their school buildings increasing access to supportive and therapeutic services.

Vermont ranked 3rd in the country for inclusion of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Is Anyone Better Off?

96% of people supported by Network Agency programs have a place to live with 30% owning their own home.

49% of people served by Developmental Services were employed. 

100% of youth with Developmental Disabilities enrolled in a post-secondary program were employed upon graduation.

28.5% of adults with mental illness were employed compared to 22.2% nationally.

Over 50% of people screened for public inebriation were admitted to a bed and avoided incarceration affording them with ready access to follow up services for substance use disorder.

88% of clients responded that the services received made a difference.

84% of clients responded that their quality of life improved as a result of the services they received.

Because of training in Mental Health First Aid, a suicide prevention program, 1,817 people who were referred for mental health crisis screening and services.

All agencies provide programs that support the health, safety and wellness of people, communities, and organizations, positively affecting Vermont’s population health outcomes.

For more information, please download our Annual Outcomes Report.

 2019 Outcomes Report

*including deaths, homicides and suicides using evidenced based approaches that decreased the likelihood of long term negative psychological effects from trauma.