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Additional Vermont resources

 
  • VT Family Network - Vermont Family Network, the merged organization of Vermont Parent Information Center (VPIC) and Parent to Parent of Vermont, empowers parents, families, children and adults who have or are at risk for special needs to be effective advocates for their health, education and well-being. The organization will provide information, support, advocacy, and promote family-centered policies and practices. For information call 802-876-3515.

  • Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) - The Vermont Center for Independent Living works to promote the dignity, independence, and civil rights of Vermonters with disabilities. VCIL is committed to cross-disability services, the promotion of active citizenship, and working with others to create services that support self-determination and full participation in community life. Founded in 1979, VCIL is a statewide, nonprofit organization directed and staffed by individuals with disabilities.

    VCIL believes that individuals with disabilities have the right to live with dignity and with appropriate support in their own homes, fully participate in their communities, and to control and make decisions about their lives.

    Contact VCIL at 802-229-0501 or its toll-free I-Line at 1-800-639-1522 (voice or TTY) for information and referral services for all Vermonters with disabilities and the Deaf, their families, service organizations, schools, government agencies, and individuals.

  • Vermont Homecare United

  • Community of Vermont Elders (COVE) - The mission of the Community of Vermont Elders is to promote and protect a higher quality of life for the state's seniors. COVE advances its mission through advocacy and education. It works with and for elder Vermonters and the organizations that serve them to identify, interpret and respond to critical issues that impact the dignity, security and wellbeing of seniors.

  • Get AT Stuff is a new web-based clearinghouse for affordable assistive technology, daily living and accessibility devices throughout the New England region. This site offers New England residents the opportunity to buy, sell or donate a variety of used products ranging from communication devices and wheelchairs to ramps and mobility devices.

  • Green Mountain Care - includes existing programs such as Dr. Dynasaur, Vermont Health Access Plan (VHAP), and Medicaid, as well as the new Catamount Health program - now with expanded coverage options.

  • Legislative Study of the Direct Care Workforce in Vermont – This study funded by the Vermont Legislature directed the Commissioner of the Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living (DAIL) to gather information and develop informed policies and practices to address the workforce shortage. The research focused on the issues of workforce quantity and availability, quality, and stability across care and support settings and consumer populations, as well as, the financial issues that will need attention. The March 2008 final report presents 9 recommendations.

  • Opportunities Credit Union is Vermont's only regulated financial institution dedicated to serving the emerging markets of low-wealth individuals. Founded by the Burlington Ecumenical Action Ministry in 1989, Opportunities brings a full range of financial services to all. Investments at Opportunities offer solutions to Vermonters. We turn hope into opportunity while creating wealth and enriching lives and communities.

  • Vermont Association of Professional Care Providers (VAPCP) is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to advancing professional growth, employment opportunities and quality of life for all direct-care workers (DCWs) in Vermont. Our motto is Supporting Caregivers – Improving Care. For additional information call 802-229-4731.

  • Vermont Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living (DAIL) is part of the Vermont Agency of Human Services and provides a variety of services to Vermonters who are over 60 or have a disability.

  • Vermont Department of Labor - Primary focus is to provide services that assist businesses, workers, and job seekers.

  • Vermont Health Care Careers - It's time to plan and explore. Check out this web-site and its links to information on health careers to discover a future in health care.

  • Vermont Online Schools - A guide to Vermont schools offering online courses.

  • Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC) - Access information about grants, loans and other programs to help Vermonters pay for qualified educational programs and courses.

  • Tax Assistance - All the information you need about filing taxes in Vermont.

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