Healthcare in VT Prisons
VT Just Justice is collecting anonymous (unless otherwise requested) stories about people's experiences with physical and mental healthcare in Vermont prisons as part of an effort to demand more accountability from DOC and better healthcare for our incarcerated community members.

We will share these stories publicly on our blog and with the Joint Legislative Justice Oversight Committee before they meet with DOC leadership on July 11. We know DOC only wants to share their side of the story. We need people to know the truth about what incarcerated Vermonters are forced to endure.

The responses to this form will be made completely anonymous to protect you and your loved ones from any possible identification or retaliation.

If you do want to stay in touch with us, you can add your name, phone number, and/or email address. But this is not required and will never be shared along with your story.

If you want to get in touch with us but don't want it connected to your response at all, you can also do that here.
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What is your (or your friend's, loved one's, etc.) experience with physical and mental healthcare in VT prisons? Have you had trouble getting the care you needed when you needed it? Have you become sicker or developed new problems or conditions while locked up? How has the environment in prison affected your health and wellbeing? Please share in as much or as little detail as you feel comfortable. We are so grateful for whatever you choose to share.
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