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CHCRR in the News

Many thanks to the Rutland Herald for this great story on Park Rx.  The Park Prescription (Rx) Program was created to better connect you to local parks and trails in our community.  CHCRR was proud to be one of the partnering healthcare providers with Come Alive Outside. We definitely prescribe plenty of outdoor time this spring!

Community Health News March/April 2018

A bi-monthly publication produced by RRMC designed to provide health resources to our community. Packed with classes ranging from safe babysitting to stress management, and workshops covering diabetes and healthy living,  find information on upcoming athletic events and races, as well as links to community wellness resources and support groups.

Healthy Teeth Mean a Healthy You

From the time a child is born, there are ways to promote healthy teeth and prevent cavities like cleaning teeth with a soft, clean cloth or baby’s toothbrush, and avoiding putting a baby to bed with a bottle. CHCRR’s dentists say at the eruption of the first tooth, parents should start to brush their children’s […]

Spotlight On Diabetes

Managing Diabetes - It's Not Easy, But It's Worth It November is National Diabetes Month and Community Health Centers of the Rutland Region is spotlighting the diabetes self-management courses that are offered at CHCRR’s primary care centers in Brandon, Rutland, Mettowee and Castleton. There is no out-of-pocket cost to diabetes patients for the CHCRR Diabetes [...]

CHCRR Partners with Come Alive Outside!

Come Alive Outside to Expand Programs this Winter Come Alive Outside, a nonprofit organization based in Rutland, will produce the 100 Miles, 100 Days Walking Challenge again this winter, as well as a Winter Passport for 1,200 elementary students in Rutland County. The programs are possible through the continued support of the Rutland Regional Medical [...]

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This October,  Community Health Centers of the Rutland Region is proud to participate in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point. The good news is that most women […]