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Why CVHHH Matters

Why CVHHH Matters

CVHHH was founded in Montpelier with one visiting nurse. Now, in its 107th year, CVHHH employs 250 clinicians, caregivers, and administrative staff and makes 80,000 visits annually to central Vermonters. Our services touch people of all ages, from new moms and babies, to active adults in need of physical therapy, and individuals at the end of life.

We are proud to share this video, which brings together CVHHH Board Members, some of whom have experienced our care first-hand, community partners, and our President and CEO, Sandy Rousse, talking about why CVHHH matters.

We provide critical medical and supportive care for individuals from pregnancy and birth through the end of life—and every stage in between. We also host low-cost foot care clinics and free grief support groups. Our goal is to help people stay in their homes for as long as they can. We are embedded in the fabric of central Vermont and are committed to caring for each and every member of this strong and close-knit community.

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