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Public Health - the First 100 Years

Discover important moments in the history of public health in Vermont.

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Reframing Aging

Read about what Vermont is doing to begin the journey of "Reframing Aging" in Vermont!

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Group Support

Circles of Support and Accountability & Restorative Justice

What is CoSA? What is Restorative Justice? How can I learn more?

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Vermont Winterscape

Trauma Prevention & Resilience Development

What is trauma? What is AHS doing to become trauma-informed? How can I learn more?

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Welcome to the Vermont Agency of Human Services!

Browsing our website you can learn general information about our departments, programs and services, access resources and tools, and explore cross-agency initiatives that are advancing our mission through innovation.

أهلا وسهلا!  Dobro došli!  kyaosopartaal!  Welcome!  Bienvenue!  Svāgatam!  Добро пожаловать!!  ¡Bienvenido!  Karibu!  Chaøo Möøng Quyù Vò!

Premium Pay for Workforce Recruitment and Retention

On March 16, 2022, Governor Scott authorized $60 million for certain health care and social service employers to provide premium pay for workforce recruitment and retention. These funds have been made available to the State of Vermont through the Federal Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Fund and Section 9817 of the American Rescue Plan Act.  The Agency of Human Services (AHS) is administering this program. Find information on the application process, deadlines, and informational webinars.

Guidance for Licensed Health Care Providers

Previous guidance issued under the Governor’s Executive Order 01-20 concerning the Covid-19 pandemic, and provided to health care providers licensed under Title 26 of the Vermont Statutes Annotated, are hereby rescinded.

Preventing and Addressing Burnout during COVID-19

Although no one knows the duration of this crisis, caring for clients during COVID 19 will be a marathon, not a sprint. Rigorous self care is essential to the work. We must take the time to recharge for ourselves and come together as teams to take care of our colleagues. Guide to Preventing and Addressing Burnout during COVID-19.

More resources and tools for Managing Stress and Building Resilience.

Message from Secretary

We are pleased to introduce you to this dynamic organization whose mission is to improve the conditions and well-being of Vermonters and protect those who cannot protect themselves. The work we do in support of that mission touches the lives of thousands of Vermonters every day. Whether helping a family access healthcare or child care; protecting a young child from abuse; supporting youth and adults through addiction and recovery; providing essential health promotion and disease prevention services; reaching out to older Vermonters in need of at-home or nursing home assistance; enabling individuals with disabilities to have greater independence; or supporting victims and rehabilitating offenders, AHS serves Vermonters with compassion, dedication, and professionalism.

We encourage you to explore this site. You will find useful information about the Agency, our services, and learn about the robust network of community partners who play an integral role in serving the needs of Vermonters. If you don’t find what you are looking for, please call 802-241-0440.