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Project VISION Committees

 

The Project VISION committees are central to the structure of Project VISION. It is thanks to the brainstorming power of the committees that the extensive mission and goals of Project VISION begins to focus towards particular projects and achievable solutions. Project VISION has two focus committees – the Health Committee and the Community Building and Neighborhood Engagement Committee. Within each of these two committees, the subcommittees, outlined below, further transform the overarching vision of the coalition into specific actions and projects.

 

Health Committee

Goal: Improve community health and engagement

Committee Chairs: Sarah Roy, sarah.roy@vermont.gov, Traci Moore, tmmoore@rrmc.org, and Jamie Bentley, jabentley@rrmc.org

  • Non-opioid subcommittee
  • Mentoring / Youth Engagement subcommittee
  • Food Insecurity / Stability subcommittee

Community Building and Neighborhood Engagement Committee

Goal: Expand community engagement and build great neighborhoods

Committee Chairs: Matt Prouty, Matthew.Prouty@vermont.gov, and Teresa Miele, teresa.miele@hracquired.com

  • Youth Engagement subcommittee
  • Neighborhood subcommittee
  • See a Need, Meet a Need
  • Community Policing subcommittee

 

New Committee Structure

In 2020, Project VISION developed a new strategic plan. The current committee and subcommittee structure is a direct result of our new strategic plan. If you would like to see the former committee structure and read about past committee projects, check out the Committee History page.

Going forward, the prior “Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Committee” will be named simply as “Health Committee” to indicate a more broader view of community health: medical, healthcare and treatment services along with a healthier Rutland community. The prior two committees, “Building Great Neighborhoods” and “Crime & Safety” (later “Community Policing & Engagement”) will be combined into a single committee called, “Community Building and Neighborhood Engagement“.

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