Below you'll find links with a brief description of each program or service to help you find what's right for you.
Helps eligible Vermonters to put three square meals on their tables.
Helps eligible families with the cost of child care.
Choices for Care
See Long-Term Care Medicaid.
DDS determines the eligibility of Vermonters who apply for disability benefits under Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). We also determine the medical eligibility of Vermonters who apply for Medicaid based on having a disability.
Helps individuals and families with their emergency basic needs with their emergency basic needs such as housing (including temporary housing), utilities, food/personal needs items, and burial costs.
The Energy Assistance Program helps lower-income Vermonters afford electricity for their homes. At this time, energy assistance is only available for Green Mountain Power customers.
Helps people who are blind, have a disability, or are 65 and older to stay in their homes.
Helps you to buy locally-grown fresh vegetables and fruits.
Helps eligible Vermonters pay their home heating bills.
The State of Vermont offers no and low-cost health insurance programs to Vermonters.
Home Heating Assistance
See Fuel Assistance.
Housing assistance programs and emergency homeless shelters and services throughout the state.
Helps lower-income Vermonters save money for a home, education, or a small business.
Choices for Care — Vermont's Long-Term Care Medicaid Program — helps eligible Vermonters pay for long-term care services in the setting of their choice.
Helps make phone service more affordable for households with low income.
Helps families with children by providing cash assistance for basic needs and services that support work.
Helps low income residents to save fuel and money by improving the energy efficiency of their homes.