ECOS in Action: Benchmarking Community Behavioral Health

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Melanie Needle, Senior Planner with the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission is joined by Kelly Hamshaw, Research Specialist at UVM's Center for Rural Studies, Raquel Aronhime, Community Impact Manager, Unnited Way of Chittenden County and Ryan Mitofsky, Prevention Consultant with the Vermont Department of Health, to discuss benchmarking community behavioral health.  ECOS is a project of

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