Guide to Vermont State Agencies
and Community Resources for Aging


Vermont DRM Regional Resources Directory
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Vermont Center for Personal Assistance Services (PAS)
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Vermont Attorney General's Office
The Attorney General acts as the State's lawyer in all civil and criminal cases in the Supreme Court, and is responsible for the general supervision of all criminal law enforcement in the State of Vermont.
Senior Citizen Links:
Office of the Attorney General
109 State Street
Montpelier VT 05609-1001
Phone: (802) 828-3171
Fax: (802) 828-5341
Web site:

Vermont Board of Nursing
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Vermont Department of Human Services
The Department strives to provide Vermont citizens access to support and services so that they may move toward self-sufficiency.
Senior Resources:
Vermont Agency Of Human Services
Office of the Secretary
103 South Main Street
Waterbury, Vermont 05671-0201

Main Web site:

Vermont Department of Insurance
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Vermont Long Term Care Resources
The Vermont Aging and Long-Term Services Department is dedicated to promoting
the independence and dignity of elders and individuals living with a disability.

Vermont Nursing Home Search
Nursing home / skilled care inspection reports help you find the best care available by providing detailed reviews, ratings and rankings.

Vermont Senior Citizen Transportation
Senior transportation information

Vermont Senior Care
Vermont seniors care directory for retirement homes across North America, from, providing a comprehensive and user friendly guide to seniors care retirement homes and centers.
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Vermont Senior Directory
Many miscellaneous phone numbers for senior resources.

American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
Telephone: (512)480-9797
Fax: (512)480-9799
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Family Eldercare, Inc.
Consultation and Referral
Telephone: (512)450-0844
Fax: (512)459-6436
[email protected]
A non-profit, United Way Agency serving older adults and persons with disabilities.
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Groups for the Elderly
Provides older adults education for and access to computer technology to enhance their lives and enable them to share their knowledge and wisdom. The non-profit SeniorNet teaches seniors (age 50 plus) to use computers and the Internet at over 140 Learning Centers nationwide.
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Social Security Administration

Toll Free: 1/800-772-1213
TDD: 1/800-325-0778
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Links to Federal Agencies for the Aging