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Below are basic resources for our community and individuals with disabilities. If you need additional assistance or information, we offer Information Referral & Assistance.

Abuse & Violence Help

VCIL works in partnership with the Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence to ensure people with disabilities have equal access to violence and abuse services.
Abuse & Violence Help

Emergency Preparedness

If you have a disability that may cause you to need special help in an emergency, you should consider what you can do to be prepared for an emergency.
Emergency Preparedness

Personal Assistance Services Toolkit

Tools and resources for managing Attendant Care or Personal Assistance Services.
PAS Toolkit

ADA & Disability Related Regulations

Technical Assistance for understanding and implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Community Access Program

Employment & Work

Information and resources about working with a disability and employment in Vermont.
Working with a Disability

VT Housing and Finance Agency (VHFA)

Late on your bills due to the Pandemic? Vermont's Homeowner Assistance Program has grants for eligible homeowners!
Learn More


Information specifically for individuals with disabilities for COVID-19 and coronavirus.

Client Assistance Program

The Client Assistance Program (CAP) is part of Vermont Legal Aid’s Disability Law Project. They help people with disabilities who have problems applying for or getting independent living services or vocational services (related to work). They advocate for and protect the rights of Vermonters who apply for or receive services from:

-Vermont Center for Independent Living

-HireAbility VT (formally VT Vocational Rehabilitation)

-VT Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired

-VT Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired

- VT Association for Business, Industry and Rehabilitation

- Supported Employment - School-to-Work Transition Services

Client Assistance Program