Islets of Hope assistance and insurance programs for persons with diabetes - VT

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We have provided this page for general information purposes only.  It is not intended to be a recommendation or endorsement of any program or entity.  Programs can change so we recommend you contact each agency for updated information.


Vermont - Emergency and Assistance Resources and Programs for Persons with Diabetes

Vermont- State Insurance and Prescription Programs for Persons with Diabetes

Vermont - State Laws Pertaining to Diabetes

Federal Laws Pertaining to Persons with Diabetes

National Government and Private Assistance Programs for Persons with Diabetes

NeedyMeds Free Patient Resource for Rx Assistance

SlashDrugCosts.com - A free, nonprofit, patient assistance website run by volunteers who have been there.  SDC volunteers help you find ways to cut your drug costs.

RXAssist.org - Largest database of patient assistance programs.  Free service to help find programs and applications for medical assistance throughout the United States.


Freestyle Test Strips 50/Box - $ 29.99

Hocks.Com On-Line Pharmacy - Affiliate Ad

Your Diabetes Community Site Index
Financial & Assistance Programs for Persons with Diabetes

Vermont - State Insurance and Assistance Programs for Persons with Diabetes


Hock's offers 30-50% discounted prices on diabetes supplies.  We cannot specifically recommend or endorse any company but we have been listing Hock's in our resource directory for over a year as one of the two cheapest online companies to purchase from.  We recently affiliated with Hock's because our own experience with them has been so positive.  If you do place an order through our site, they will contribute financially towards our cause and you will get reasonable prices for diabetes supplies.

Vermont Agency of Human Services

Agency of Human Services Department for Children and Families

Medicare Information

Medicaid Information

Screen Door  - The Screen Door is a web-based tool to help Vermonters find out more about the AHS services that might be available to meet their specific needs.

District Offices - This link provides contact information for the 12 AHS District Offices, which can help connect you with human services in your community.

Emergency Programs - Alphabetical listing of Emergency AHS-related programs, services and supports available to Vermonters.

Programs & Services - Alphabetical listing of AHS-related programs, services and supports available to Vermonters.

Emergency Assistance - General Assistance (GA) and Emergency Assistance (EA) programs provide help with housing and utilities, food and personal needs money, and medical assistance to individuals and families who have experienced a catastrophe and are unable to provide for their basic needs. Call 1-800-287-0589

Emergency Food Assistance Program - The Vermont Foodbank, through food shelves around the state, provides households depending on income levels with commodities. Organizations serving prepared meals may also be eligible for commodities if they mostly serve needy persons. Call 1-800-585-2265.

Emergency Mental Health Services - Emergency Mental Health Services helps people who may be in need of emergency mental health care. Call (802) 652-2000
 
Fuel Assistance (Crisis) - If you are in a heating crisis (you have no fuel, or are very close to running out of fuel), or if you have received a disconnection notice from your electric company, and electricity is required to run your heating system or you have electric heat, you may be eligible for assistance through the Crisis Fuel program. Contact your local Community Action Agency for help. Crisis assistance is available at night, on the weekends, or during holidays. Call 1-800-287-0589
 
Housing and Homeless Assistance  - Intervention to help prevent eviction and to assist homeless individuals and families in finding permanent housing. Services include tenant education and counseling, tenant/landlord advocacy, promotion of the need for affordable and/or emergency housing, and information about possible home ownership opportunities.
 

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