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H.508 (Act 43)

An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

House Committee on Human Services
5/22/2017 - House message: Governor approved bill on May 22, 2017
Sponsor(s)
Last Recorded Action
Senate 5/22/2017 - House message: Governor approved bill on May 22, 2017
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An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

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2017-2018 Legislative Session
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No activity found for H.508 in the 2017-2018 Legislative Session.

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An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Committee Meetings

2017-2018 Legislative Session
Meeting Date Committee
An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Meeting Full List

2017-2018 Legislative Session
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
2:30 PM

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Analysis of Early Childhood & Family Mental Health in Vermont Report

Brenda Bean, Report Author
Tabitha McGlynn, New Leaf Program, Washington County Mental Health Services
Maria O'Haene, New Leaf Progam, Washington County Mental Health Services
Melissa Bailey, Commissioner, Department of Mental Health
Charlie Biss, Director, Children and Family Services, Department of Mental Health
Julie Tessler, Director, Vermont Care Partners

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
9:00 AM

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Manual of Home Visiting Standards Healthy Families America Home Visitor Program

Robyn Lipkowitz, Program Director, Human Services, National Conference of State Legislatures
Linda Johnson, Executive Director, Prevent Child Abuse Vermont
Syd Wessel, National Director, Healthy Families America
Katherine Harding, National Director, Healthy Families America Research
11:15 AM

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Parents as Teachers

Claire Kendall, Co-Director, Family Center of Washington County

Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
-

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Katie McLinn, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council

Thursday, March 16, 2017
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
10:15 AM

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Katie McLinn, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
11:00 AM

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Committee Discussion


15 mins after floor

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Katie McLinn, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Matt Levin, Executive Director, Early Childhood Alliance

Friday, March 17, 2017
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
8:30 AM

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Mark Up

Katie McLinn, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Matt Levin, Executive Director, Early Childhood Alliance
10:30 AM

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Mark Up & Vote

Katie McLinn, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Julie Tessler, Director, Vermont Care Partners

Thursday, March 23, 2017
Committee(s):
House Committee on Appropriations
10:00 AM

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Rep. Michael Mrowicki, Reporter, House Committee On Human Services

Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
-

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Possible Amendments



Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Health and Welfare
-

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Katie McLinn, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council

Friday, April 14, 2017
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Health and Welfare
11:15 AM

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Committee vote



Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Appropriations
2:08 PM

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Sen. Virginia "Ginny" Lyons

Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
9:00 AM

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Walk through

Katie McLinn, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Amy Fowler, Deputy Secretary, Agency of Education

Friday, April 28, 2017
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Health and Welfare
9:00 AM

H.508 - An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Side by side review

Katie McLinn, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council

An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Witnesses Who Testified

2017-2018 Legislative Session
House Committee on Appropriations
  • Rep. Michael Mrowicki, Reporter, House Committee On Human Services
House Committee on Human Services
  • Melissa Bailey, Commissioner, Department of Mental Health
  • Brenda Bean, Report Author
  • Charlie Biss, Director, Children and Family Services, Department of Mental Health
  • Amy Fowler, Deputy Secretary, Agency of Education
  • Katherine Harding, National Director, Healthy Families America Research
  • Linda Johnson, Executive Director, Prevent Child Abuse Vermont
  • Claire Kendall, Co-Director, Family Center of Washington County
  • Matt Levin, Executive Director, Early Childhood Alliance
  • Robyn Lipkowitz, Program Director, Human Services, National Conference of State Legislatures
  • Tabitha McGlynn, New Leaf Program, Washington County Mental Health Services
  • Katie McLinn, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
  • Maria O'Haene, New Leaf Progam, Washington County Mental Health Services
  • Julie Tessler, Director, Vermont Care Partners
  • Syd Wessel, National Director, Healthy Families America
Senate Committee on Appropriations
  • Sen. Virginia "Ginny" Lyons
Senate Committee on Health and Welfare
  • Katie McLinn, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council

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An act relating to building resilience for individuals experiencing adverse childhood experiences

Statutes Affected

2017-2018 Legislative Session

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Staff & Other Information

Staff
Katie McLinn, Legislative Counsel
Notes
H.508 incorporates work completed on S.90 in the Senate Committee on Health and Welfare.

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