Adult Services Division (ASD) - The Adult Services Division (ASD) is responsible for a full array of long-term services and supports for older Vermonters and adults with physical disabilities. The primary focus is on managing Medicaid funded long-term services and supports and as well as services provided through the Older American’s Act and Vermont’s State Plan on Aging. ASD is responsible for programs such as Money Follows the Person, Attendant Services Program, Choices for Care, and Traumatic Brain Injury Program.
Alzheimer's Association - The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to enhance care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
Home Health and Hospice - Home health agencies provide community-based home health care which allows seniors who want to live at home receive the needed care. Agencies also provide long term services and hospice and palliative care.
Brain Injury Association of Vermont - The mission of the Brain Injury Association of Vermont is to create a better future for Vermonters with brain injury and their families through prevention, education, advocacy and support.
Green Mountain Passport - A Vermont State Park visitor’s pass discount program.
Vermont ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience) Program - The Vermont Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Savings Program is intended to ease financial strains faced by individuals with disabilities by making federal tax-free savings accounts available to cover qualified expenses such as education, housing, and transportation. For additional information, go to the Vermont Office of the State Treasurer.
Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (VABVI) - The Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (VABVI), a non-profit organization founded in 1926, is the only private agency to offer training, services, and support to visually impaired Vermonters.
Vermont Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired (DBVI) - DBVI offers a variety of individualized services to allow people who are blind or visually impaired to maximize independence at work, at home and in the community.
Vermont Association for the Deaf (VTAD) - VTAD is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protect the rights of the deaf individuals and their families to accessible services; empower deaf individuals to exercise self-determination and independence; advocate for equal opportunities in social, educational, and employment opportunities in the State of Vermont.
Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) - The Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL), a nonprofit organization directed and staffed by individuals with disabilities, works to promote the dignity, independence and civil rights of Vermonters with disabilities.
Vermont Community Action Partnership - The Vermont Community Action Partnership website helps connect Vermonters with the local community agencies who can help them to achieve self-sufficiency.
Vermont Division of Licensing and Protection (DLP) - DLP has two units: The Adult Protection Services Unit (APS) and the Survey and Certification Unit (S&C). APS investigates allegations of the abuse, neglect, and exploitation of vulnerable adults, S&C licenses and certifies a range of health care facilities and providers, and they survey these facilities to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations governing the quality of care and quality of life of those who live in these facilities.
Vermont Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) - DVR, or VocRehab, offers free and flexible services to any Vermonter or employer dealing with a disability that affects employment. VocRehab partners with human services providers and employers across Vermont to help people with disabilities realize their full potential.