Chittenden County Opioid Alliance Data Manager Hired

The Chittenden County Opioid Alliance (CCOA) has hired Samuel Francis-Fath as Data Manager. Francis-Fath will be overseeing the CCOA’s effort to create a collaborative data system to monitor key opioid measures across all partner organizations, as well as dedicating half his time to the Burlington Police Department – supporting the City of Burlington and the Vermont Read More »

GE Awards CCOA $25,000 for HealthyCities Leadership Academy

GE has awarded the Chittenden County Opioid Alliance $25,000 to improve substance abuse recovery and employment in Chittenden County. The award is through GE’s HealthyCities Leadership Academy, a new program to mentor and support leaders in their communities as they develop and support new strategies to tackle population health challenges. The funds will enable the CCOA Read More »

Chittenden County Opioid Alliance Project Director Hired

The Chittenden County Opioid Alliance (CCOA) announced that it has hired Cathy Aikman as project director. CCOA is a new collaborative partnership with local non-profit agencies, state and local government, UVM Medical Center, business leaders and community members in Chittenden County dedicated to reducing the opioid crisis and the burden it brings to our community.