About Us


MAPP is a prevention coalition focused on policy and community environment improvements.  Our mission is to find opportunities for Health in policies and practices.  Our work results in a healthy culture that limits the adverse effects of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

  • Decrease the rates of substance use as reported in the Vermont Youth Risk Behavior Survey as well as increase youth assets.
  • Work with citizens and community partners to create substance-free environments as a way to promote public safety and healthy youth development.
  • Promote the planning and implementation of healthy community design concepts while working with community leaders.
  • Educate communities around risk and protective factors that contributes to positive youth experiences.
  • Align community prevention strategies with Social Emotional Learning support strategies currently offered in the educational setting.



Your involvement, either in time or in money, is essential to the success and sustainability of our programs.

If you would like to make a monetary donation, please call Robert O'Brien at 802-674-2900, ext. 23, or email robert.o'brien@mahhc.org

If you would like to donate your time at a MAPP-sponsored community event, please call or email your local MAPP coordinator.

Thank you!

Award-Winning Service

MAPP is affiliated with Mt. Ascutney Hospital & Health Center, winner of the Foster G. McGaw Prize for community service.
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Vermont Kids Against Tobacco (VKAT) and Our Voices Exposed (OVX) have been in full force working on the CVS Health #OneGoodReason campaign, which was launched in September, with the message of one good reason to live tobacco free.

Weathersfield School students participate in Red Ribbon Week during National Substance Abuse Prevention Month.
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