Vermonters age 60 and over can eat healthy and live strong with a little help from 3SquaresVT, a federal USDA program (called SNAP nationally) that can help you put healthy, nutritious foods on your table every day.
Vermont’s Senior Helpline: (800) 642-5119
Central Vermont Council on Aging
Organization working to keep elders aging successfully and living independently in their homes and communities as long as possible.
Central Vermont Home Health and Hospice
CVHHH is a full-service Visiting Nurse Association providing comprehensive home health and hospice care to all Central Vermonters regardless of ability to pay, geographic remoteness, or complexity of health care needs, health promotion and long-term care services.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, CMS, is part of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). This is the main website. The Medicare/Medicaid website links, information, and all resources areas for Medicare and Medicaid are provided through this website. Insure Kids Now website.
Green Mountain Passport
Green Mountain Passports is a discount program for seniors and veterans. The Passport allows free admission to Vermont State Parks (excluding overnight camping and other park fees), Vermont State Historic Sites, and events which are fully State sponsored. Applications available at the Town Clerk’s Office. Fee is $2.
Paying For Senior Care
The PayingforSeniorCare.com website and the Eldercare Financial Resource Locator Tool were created by the American Elder Care Research Organization and are owned and maintained by leading senior care referral company Caring, LLC. This site has tools for those looking for elder care options.
Guide to quality elder care
Paying for Assisted Living
Elder Care by State
FAQs and Guides
Phone: (800) 973-1540
Vermont EBT Card
The Vermont EBT card is how you’ll receive many of your benefits (food & cash) from the Economic Services Division. This includes benefits such as 3SquaresVT, Emergency Assistance, Essential Person, and Reach Up.