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Health Services

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Health Service metrics are regularly reported each fiscal year as part of the DOC's Budget Performance Measures.

 

The SFI-Designation and Point-in-Time MAT Reports below provide more detailed information from the Population CharacteristicsViolent Crime, and Minimum Release reports, which are all available within the Reports and Data section of the website.

In instances when there are a small number of individuals under a category creating identifiable information, data are collapsed or removed from the table/figure for confidentiality.

 

Serious Functional Impairment (SFI)-Designation Reports

Point-in-time report that examines the SFI-Designated population in relation to the general incarcerated population across a variety of metrics.

Most Recent SFI-Designation Report 07-31-2022

Previous SFI-Designation Reports

 

 

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Act 176 (hyperlinked here), effective July 1, 2018, directs Vermont correctional facilities to provide medication-assisted treatment (MAT) to incarcerated individuals receiving MAT prior to entering a correctional facility for as long as medically necessary. Additionally, the law requires that Vermont correctional facilities assess and commence buprenorphine-specific MAT if it is deemed medically necessary by a provider authorized to prescribe buprenorphine. The incarcerated individual shall be authorized to receive the medication as soon as possible and for as long as medically necessary. Lastly, the law requires correctional facilities to transfer incarcerated individuals from buprenorphine to methadone if methadone is determined to be medically necessary by a provider authorized to prescribe methadone and the individual elects to do so.

 

Point-in-Time MAT Report

Point-in-time report that examines the population receiving MAT in relation to the general incarcerated population across a variety of metrics.

Most Recent Point-in-Time MAT Report 8-31-2022

Previous Point-in-Time MAT Reports

 

Longitudinal MAT Report

Longitudinal report that examines the incarcerated population receiving MAT since September 1, 2018 after Act 176 was fully implemented in Vermont in-state correctional facilities.

Longitudinal MAT Report 9-01-2018-6-30-2022