|Who is Protected?||
|Mobile Home Parks||
This section has information about your rights if you own a mobile home and live in a mobile home park in Vermont.
|Locations and Contact Information||
This page has the addresses, locations and contact information for Vermont Law Help, Legal Services Law Line of Vermont and the statewide locations of Vermont Legal Aid.
The Disability section of our website gives information about developmental disability services in Vermont; how to appeal decisions and file complaints; assistive technology; disability-based discrimination in housing and employment; guardianship; special education; and long-term care and SSDI benefits.
|Health Care Reform||
Many changes are being made to try to bring down the cost of health care and to make sure that more Americans have access to quality health care services. These changes are called health care reform. Find links to Health Care Reform topics on this page.
|I’m Being Abused||
Abusers do a lot of different things to abuse their victims. Abuse is never ok. You have a right to be safe. This page tells you how you can get help and protect yourself.
|Services Covered by Medicaid||
Medicaid pays for medically necessary services by hospitals, physicians and other providers, rural health clinic and federally qualified health center services. Some services require prior authorization, or prior approval, before Medicaid will pay.
|Choices for Care | Resource Limits||
In the Choices for Care program, some of your resources are counted, and some are not. Read this page to find out more about Choices for Care Resource Limits.
|The Eviction Process||
The eviction process in Vermont will generally take at least two months from the time you are given notice to the time a court order is issued. Some evictions last much longer. Your landlord must carefully follow the eviction procedure — if a landlord takes steps on his or her own to get rid of a tenant, it can be considered an illegal eviction and the landlord may be sued by the tenant.
|Rights of Tenants When a Landlord is in Foreclosure||
This page explains what happens if you learn that the place you rent is being foreclosed by the landlord’s bank.
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