Do you live in Vermont? You may be able to get health insurance and other benefits. What types of benefits can you get? And, how do you apply? It depends on your age, income, and immigration status. Read below for more information.
Apply for Health Insurance
Vermont’s health insurance marketplace, Vermont Health Connect, offers one door for people to enroll in health insurance. Vermonters can enroll in Vermont Medicaid, commercial health insurance through Qualified Health Plans, and other programs by:
- Calling the Customer Support Center at 1-855-899-9600;
- Contacting a local Assister;
- Apply online at http://VermontHealthConnect.gov;
- Complete a paper application and mail it in.
Are you under 65 and do not have Medicare?
You can sign up for health insurance through Vermont’s health insurance marketplace. Learn more on Vermont Health Connect’s How to Apply page.
Are you an immigrant?
Find out what type of health insurance you may be able to get with your immigration status by visiting the Information for Non-Citizens page.
Are you 65 or older? Or do you have Medicare because of blindness or a disability?
Learn more and see how to apply for:
- Medicaid for the Aged, Blind and Disabled (MABD),
- Long-Term Care Medicaid (Choices for Care),
- Prescription Assistance.
If you do not agree with a decision the department has made you can ask for an appeal. If you have a complaint about things other than actions you can file a grievance.
Learn more by visiting the DVHA Appeals, Fair Hearings and Grievances webpage.
Do you have a Medicare Savings Program?
Learn more by visiting the Update! Medicare Savings Program webpage.
Are you interested in other programs?
Learn about other state programs to help Vermonters stay healthy: