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Vermont's mental healthcare system is struggling to meet the growing needs of children and adults. According to state figures, the number of Vermonters seeking emergency mental health services from community agencies increased sharply between fiscal year 2019-2021. 

These problems are daunting in scale but not hopeless. Funders can help address mental health needs, so all Vermonters have the potential to lead happy, full, and productive lives. Here are three ways to take action today.

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Up, Up, and Away: Three things donors can do to help Vermont cope with soaring inflation

It's visible at the gas pump and the grocery checkout. In December 2021, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) jumped 7 percent, the largest 12-month increase since 1982. Moreover, inflation tends to hurt people at the bottom of the income ladder more than those at the top.

Read the brief "Up, Up, and Away: Three things donors can do to help Vermont cope with soaring inflation" »