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Downstreet Shares: Fostering a New Start through SASH

One of Downstreet’s SASH participants was being hospitalized for inpatient psychiatric treatment up to three times per month, but this year, a new chapter unfolded under their SASH Coordinator’s guidance. Together, they embarked on a mission to reduce hospital visits and foster a more stable, fulfilling life.

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SASH Mental Health Program Sees Statewide Expansion

Senator Peter Welch has secured $1,776,000 in federal appropriations to expand the SASH® (Support and Services at Home) embedded mental health program across Vermont. This expansion will provide access to on-site mental health support for up to 1,200 participants, in partnership with the local designated community mental health agencies within the Vermont Care Partners network around the state.

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Cathedral Square Receives $450k from M&T Bank's Amplify Fund to Support SASH for All

The M&T Charitable Foundation, the philanthropic arm of M&T Bank (NYSE:MTB), announced this week that it has awarded $450,000 to Cathedral Square. Funding will support the SASH for All pilot, now in its second year bringing SASH programs and resources to families and individuals living in affordable housing communities in Brattleboro and Putney.

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SASH for All Empowers WWHT Residents

For over a decade, SASH has been improving health outcomes for older adults by connecting them to community-based supportive health and social services. Now, a new pilot program called SASH for All is bringing these services and resources to a broader population of Windham & Windsor Housing Trust (WWHT) residents.

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SASH Pilot Proposed in Los Angeles County

Former Cathedral Square CEO Nancy Eldridge has been working with California Integrated Care at Home (CICH) to bring the SASH model to California. We recently had the opportunity to host representatives from various organizations in California who are planning to pilot SASH in Los Angeles County.

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CMMI Representatives Visit Cathedral Square

Cathedral Square and SASH staff recently had the opportunity to welcome several representatives from CMMI at Allard Square in South Burlington. State partners from the Agency of Human Services also participated and provided additional context about SASH from their perspective as a great model serving the state.

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SASH in Rhode Island: New program at WWHA aims to keep residents at home

With its recent implementation of a new wellness initiative, the West Warwick Housing Authority is hoping to provide residents of its two locations with the resources they need to age in place.

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SASH Supports Opioid Use Prevention and Harm Reduction

In the spring and summer of 2023, SASH teams around the state worked to address the opioid epidemic effecting our communities by learning about opioid addiction, sharing information with participants, and employing harm reduction strategies.

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Rutland Herald: SASH Dementia Workshop Teaches Empathy and Self-Care

Dr. Tiney Ray, a Georgia-based nurse practitioner, author, and dementia consultant and trainer, lead a workshop for Rutland area medical practitioners and caregivers. She shared what she has learned from her years in the field about providing care to individuals with dementia and the importance of self care.

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Brattleboro Reformer: SASH Brings Wellness-Based Support to the Doorstep

Support and Services at Home (SASH) for All is making headway in the Brattleboro area, where several non-profit housing communities are testing the concept. This federally funded pilot initiative is bringing SASH programs and resources to families and individuals living in affordable housing.

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