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On this website you will find information and resources about community safety, offender accountability, victim services, offender education and programming, community involvement, and community and reparative justice.

The Department of Corrections is a part of the Vermont Agency of Human Services.

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RFP - Consultant for Inmate Medical and Mental Health Cases

2015-08-11: The Vermont Department of Corrections (DOC) is seeking proposals for consulation services and assistance in the review of complex inmate health and mental health cases. The DOC currently has a contract for Inmate Health and Mental Health Services with Centurion. The administrative model with which the contract is managed will be changing and, as a result of this change, the DOC is seeking a licensed medical doctor to act as a consultant.

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2015-06-25: QUESTIONS & ANSWERS Southwest Region – Addison, Rutland and Bennington Probation and Parole Sites Risk Reduction Interventionist/Facilitators

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2015-06-12: QUESTIONS & ANSWERS SOUTHWEST REGION – ADDISON, RUTLAND AND BENNINGTON PROBATION AND PAROLE SITES RISK REDUCTION INTERVENTIONIST/FACILITATORS

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2015-06-12: QUESTIONS & ANSWERS Southeast Region – Hartford, Springfield and Brattleboro Probation and Parole Sites Risk Reduction Interventionist/Facilitators

2nd RELEASE OF RFP-Comprehensive Healthcare Services for Inmates

2014-08-11: The DOC is soliciting bids from qualified vendors to provide a range of health services for inmates at its correctional facilities with strong emphasis placed on the vendor’s inclusion as part of the bid an amount to cover implementation and subsequent use of technology applications, specifically an EHR sufficient to meet the needs of DOC in providing care coordination, continuity and linkages on behalf of inmates during incarceration as well as during all transitions of care including but not limited to interstate and intrastate transfers, reentry to the community and re-admission to DOC. The Department is seeking bidders who are committed to working with other AHS departments and community-based health and behavioral health providers, including but not limited to Peer Recovery and Support Services, to ensure continuity of care before, during, and after an individual’s period of incarceration.
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