|Mobile Home Park Lot Rent Increases||
When you get a notice that says your lot rent will increase, read it carefully. The law says that a park owner has to do certain things in order to raise the rent for a mobile home lot. Learn more about mobile home park lot rent increases on this page.
|Green Mountain Care Board||
The Vermont Legislature created the Green Mountain Care Board in 2011. The Board has five members. The Green Mountain Care Board’s job is to oversee health care reform in Vermont.
|ACA for Assisters||
This page provides resources that may help individuals, navigators, assisters and tax preparers understand tax issues connected to the Affordable Care Act.
|Relief from Abuse||
This section has information about domestic violence and relief from abuse in Vermont.
|Going to School When You Have Reach Up||
You might be able to go to school – to graduate from high school or get your GED – and be on Reach Up. This school work might count toward your work requirement. If you want to go to school, you should talk to your Reach Up worker about it right away.
|Foreclosure Process in Vermont||
If you are behind on your mortgage payments and your bank is threatening to foreclose on your home, there are some things you can do. This page has information about the foreclosure process in Vermont.
|Small Claims Court||
Small claims court is where you can recover small amounts of money that is owed to you. This page provides information about completing Small Claims Court forms, the rules of Small Claims Court, and how to file fee waiver and appearance forms.
|Have You Been Discriminated Against?||
This page has information about how to know if someone has discriminated against you in housing in Vermont. Sometimes it's hard to tell if you are being discriminated against because of things like your race, disability, or national origin. Sometimes people smile and seem nice, but you just have a feeling that something is wrong.
This page briefly describes Medicare. Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older, certain younger people with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Disease.
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