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Department of Mental Health
Eighty percent of the SFI inmates interviewed are prescribed psychotropic medications and 74 percent have a history of psychiatric hospitalizations.
Less than one month after the commissioner of Mental Health resigned, the department’s medical director is following suit. These two blows have hit the Vermont Department of Mental Health during a vulnerable time, while it is in the middle of revamping how psychiatric care is provided in Vermont. When Tropical Storm Irene damaged the Vermont [...]
The permit issued by the Middlesex Zoning Board of Adjustments is now valid; a neighbor moves ahead with an appeal.
Brian Hannon, one of six abutting landowners to the state property slated for the facility, filed the sole appeal last month to a zoning permit issued by the local Zoning Board of Adjustments.
“He’ll be sorely missed, and it’ll take our entire team to replace what he knew,” said Mary Moulton, who is Flood’s interim replacement.
The certificate of need, issued by Steve Kimbell, commissioner of the Department of Financial Regulation, gives the go-ahead for a $15.2 million statewide project.
The Department of Mental Health today received an emergency Certificate of Need that will allow it to move forward with key components of a plan approved by the Legislature for a replacement of mental health beds destroyed by Tropical Storm Irene.
The Department of Mental Health today announced that the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid have sent a letter to the Brattleboro Retreat stating that the Retreat is at risk of losing it’s Medicare provider agreement July 30, 2012.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 31, 2011 CONTACT: Susan Harritt Assistant Attorney General (802) 241-2832 Vermont Attorney General William H. Sorrell announced today that Susanne R. Young has been appointed as an assistant attorney general. She will serve as the supervising attorney for the staff that provides legal services to the Department of Mental Health. Young [...]
Curtis Sinclair had worked at the Canteen since he was released from the Vermont State Hospital as a patient in 1996.