Vermonters with Limited Income

Vermonters with Limited Income

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Your health should not be determined by your income. Learn more about resources and programs for Vermonters with limited income.

Information for You

You First can pay for services like breast cancer screenings, cervical cancer screenings, heart health screenings and lifestyle programs.

Beneath Our Skin is a storytelling project for Black Vermonters.

The water test(s) to be ordered depends on the source of your water.

SNAP-Ed works to improve nutrition security, which means all Vermonters have consistent, equitable access to the nutritious, safe, and affordable foods that are essential to living healthy lives.

Oral health is important, and establishing healthy habits shouldn’t be limited to regular visits to the dentist—in fact, there are many things that can be done right from home to benefit kids and adults. After all, maintaining healthy teeth and smiles to last a lifetime starts with small habits. 

Consistent and correct use of condoms reduces the risk of STDs and HIV transmission. Your personal supply of free condoms are available at 23 locations throughout Vermont.

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