Under the Collective Impact model, shared outcomes is key to success. Outcomes will guide the work and success of each Action Team (Workforce Development, Community-Level Prevention, Treatment Access and Recovery Support, and CommunitySTAT) and will be based on the goals and strategies of each team.
We are using the Results Based Accountability framework and answer the questions: How Much Do We Do?, How Well Do We Do It? and Is Anyone Better Off?
This data scorecard below serves to keep community members informed about the progress being made by the Alliance, as well as the climate of opioid use in Chittenden County. The scorecard can also be viewed in a separate window.
VT Department of Health Outcomes
The Chittenden County Opioid Alliance is a collaborative partnership with local non-profit social service agencies, state and local government, UVM Medical Center, business leaders, and community members in Chittenden County to reduce the opioid crisis and the burden it brings to our community. CCOA is funded by the UVM Medical Center, the Stiller Family Foundation through the United Way of Northwest Vermont, and by the Green Mountain Care Board through State Innovation Model funds.
Cathy Aikman | Project Director
Sam Francis-Fath | Data Manager