If the Department for Children and Families (DCF) granted you more benefits than you were supposed to get, this is called an “overpayment.” Payments from DCF include 3SquaresVT (food stamps), Fuel Assistance and Reach Up cash benefits. This page tells you what to do when you have an overpayment or when you get a claim notice or program violation letter.
|Employer Self-Insured Health Plans||
Some employers are “self-insured.” This means they don’t pay an insurance company for a health insurance plan. Instead, they pay your medical costs directly. This is also called “self-funded.”
|100% Federal Poverty Level (FPL)|
|What to Do With Your Counterclaims||
This section tells you how to file your counterclaims form for an eviction.
|Rules of the Small Claims Court||
This page has resources for learning the rules of the small claims court.
|Skilled Maintenance Services||
Skilled maintenance services include outpatient physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and long term home health care under Part B. Until the 2013 Jimmo settlement, Medicare denied payment for those services for some patients.
|Appealing 3SquaresVT Decisions||
You have 90 days to appeal a 3SquaresVT (food stamps) decision. This page tells you about the appeal process.
|Other Resources for Seniors||
This page has additional resources and links that senior citizens in Vermont may find helpful.
|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.
|Paying Rent into Court||
During the eviction process, you can be ordered to pay rent to the court. This is called rent escrow. As you pay rent to the court, the rent money is held by the court.
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