A September 20, 2022, report by the AARP Public Policy Institute examines the merits of SASH and its focus on extending primary care and human services practices into the homes of people with needs for long-term services and supports. The report notes that SASH was founded and piloted in 2009 and now partners with 70 organizations, including hospitals, community-based organizations, and academic institutions, in sites across the state.
Learn how SASH can help you gain better health and well-being at home.
Discover the Impact of SASH
The evidence-based programs and services of SASH are nationally recognized for improving participants' health while saving health care costs.
SASH teams operate in every county in Vermont, providing comprehensive, individualized support and services to meet the unique needs of each participant. Compassionate, professional staff are based in 140 affordable housing communities throughout the state, ensuring that programs and support are available right where people live.
SASH by the Numbers
April 2022 Snapshot
The SASH program run by the Rutland Housing Authority is featured in an inspiring article by Paul Post in the fall 2022 issue of Rutland Magazine. Interviews with SASH staff members and participants confirm the enhanced quality of life they enjoy thanks to having SASH in their community.
Under the leadership of Nancy Rockett Eldridge leadership, Cathedral Square launched Support and Services at Home (SASH) in 2011 with funding from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Multi-Payer Advanced Primary Care Practices demonstration.