Living Well

Getting out into the sunshine is the best part of summer. But even in the great outdoors, it’s important to take steps to keep yourself and others safe from the virus. Here’s what you need to know.
If you’re feeling a little “off” during the global pandemic, you’re not alone! But how do you know when those feelings are cause for concern? We help you identify the signs.
This week is Climb Out of the Darkness week, which shines a light on postpartum depression during the era of COVID-19. To show your support, join the Central Vermont Climb team.
“For 20 years, we had a fairly one-dimensional approach to chronic pain,” says Dr. Jon Porter, founding medical director of the Partners Aligned in Transformative Healing (PATH) Program at UVM Medical Center’s Comprehensive Pain Program. That approach was opiate prescriptions.
Our Integrated Health (IH) team of medical and mental health clinicians and in-house pharmacy staff provides personalized care navigation assistance to our members when they need it most. IH offers assistance across the spectrum of the health care journey, through transitions big and small—from pregnancy and birth to mental health and substance use disorder issues to cancer and other chronic conditions and even end-of-life care.
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