Vermont Medicaid Programs
Medicaid programs provide low-cost or free health coverage for eligible parents, children, childless adults, pregnant individuals, caretaker relatives, people who are blind or disabled, and those ages 65 or older. Eligibility is based on various factors including income and, in certain cases, resources (e.g., cash, bank accounts) depending on the program. Medicaid programs cover most physical and mental health care services such as doctor’s visits, hospital care, emergency care, laboratory and X-ray services, family planning services, tobacco cessation counseling for pregnant persons, and transportation to non-emergency medical appointments and more. For more information click on the Green Mountain Care logo below.
Qualified Health Plans
Individuals may choose to enroll in qualified health plans purchased on Vermont’s state-based health insurance exchange. Qualified Health Plans (QHPs) cover the 10 essential health benefits and enrolling through the state-based exchange allows Vermonters to receive financial help if they are eligible. For more information click on the Vermont Health Connect logo below.