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2018 Vermont Young Adult Survey is now open!

The anonymous survey designed for Vermont residents between the ages of 18 and 25 can be found here. This survey is being conducted by Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation in partnership with ADAP at the Vermont Department of Health. The survey is completely anonymous, ...

What is Tobacco 21?

Current PrEvents | March 19, 2018 By GINNY BURLEY FOR THE TIMES ARGUS Consider these facts: Smoking tobacco is the number one cause of preventable death in the United States. There are 500,000 premature deaths from smoking each year. Each year in Vermont, 1,000 adults die ...

Spaulding Students Are Youth Prevention Champions

Spaulding Students Receive Youth Prevention Champion Awards at Prevention Day Dawn Poitras (left) Student Assistance Professional (SAP) and youth group advisor for Barre Supervisory Union, presented Youth Prevention Champion awards on Prevention Day to Spaulding High School students, Madison Henderson (center) and Jada McDonald (right), ...

Into the Issues

Ann Gilbert represented Prevention on the “Into the Issues” forum on the opiate crisis, February 12th at Montpelier High School, moderated by Times Argus Editor Steven Pappas...

3-4-50

Current prEvents    February 10, 2018    Times Argus A Guide to Improving Family Health Would it surprise you to learn that over 50% of all deaths in Vermont are caused by just four diseases and that they are the result of only three behaviors? ...

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