The official State of Vermont website for Prescription Assistance.
Vermont has several Prescription Assistance programs to help uninsured Vermonters and those enrolled in Medicare pay for prescription medicines based on income, disability status and age.
These programs include:
- VPharm assists Vermonters who are enrolled in Medicare Part D with paying for prescription medicines. This includes people age 65 and older as well as people of all ages with disabilities and includes an affordable monthly premium.
- VHAP-Pharmacy helps Vermonters age 65 and older and people with disabilities who are not enrolled in Medicare pay for eye exams and prescription medicines for short-term and long-term medical problems and includes an affordable monthly premium.
- VScript helps Vermonters age 65 and older and people of all ages with disabilities who are not enrolled in Medicare pay for prescription medicines for long-term medical problems. There is also a monthly premium based on your income.
- Healthy Vermonters provides a discount on short-term and long-term prescription medicines. There are no monthly premiums and eligibility is based on your family income.
How do I apply?