You may be able to get free tax filing help. For example, there are tax-filing programs for low- or moderate-income taxpayers and for seniors.
The flood waters may have receded, but our attorneys and paralegals are still helping Vermonters who were impacted by the 2023 floods.
A system that processes prescription claims for the 200,000 Vermonters enrolled in Medicaid has been temporarily down.
There are a few programs in Vermont that can help you heat your home this winter.
Now there's a new tool to help people escape abuse. Legal Services Vermont has launched an online guided interview that helps Vermonters prepare forms to ask for protection from abuse.
Benefits and common legal problems that can come up after a disaster like flooding in Vermont and information on how to deal with them.
It’s open enrollment time for these health insurance plans: Vermont Health Connect, Medicare Part D (prescription coverage) and Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage Plans).
Student loan interest resumed on September 1 and payments will be due starting in October 2023.
The Vermont Homeowner Assistance Program (VHAP) provides grants of up to $40,000 to eligible homeowners who have financial problems because of COVID and are behind on expenses for the house they own and live in. Healthy Homes helps Vermont homeowners replace their home water or wastewater systems.