What is 3SquaresVT? SNAP is known in Vermont as 3SquaresVT. It is a nutrition program that gives people money each month to buy food at grocery and convenience stores, co-ops, and farmers markets.
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Did you know that as an older Vermonter, you don’t need a car to get a COVID-19 vaccination? That’s right, transportation can be arranged, or, if you qualify, you can get vaccinated at home.
Now is the time to start thinking about Fuel Assistance. Do you already receive 3SquaresVT? Are you also getting Fuel Assistance? Learn more here about how the 3SquaresVT program may be able to provide you with fuel assistance this winter!
Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging would like to advise clients and community members of a number of calls from Medicare vendors or other third parties in our service area of Bennington and Rutland Counties, as well as in other areas of the state of Vermont.
One out of every three Vermont residents has had a difficult time putting food on the table. 3SquaresVT can help make life a little easier. Call our HelpLine at 1-800-642-5119 to speak to someone about 3SquaresVT.
SVCOA is seeking feedback from the public on its proposed FY 22-25 Area Plan, which will guide the agency's areas of focus and service planning to meet the needs of older Vermonters in our region over the next four years.
Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging will be hosting its popular “Powerful Tools for Caregivers” course virtually this summer with a six-week class kicking off on July 23.
Everyone Deserves A Bite! For more information about 3SquaresVT please call our HelpLine at 1-800-642-5119.
3SquaresVT, Vermont’s name for the Federal program SNAP, provides monthly monetary benefits that help Vermont residents stretch their food budgets, ensuring everyone has enough nourishing food to eat.
3SquaresVT provides eligible Vermont residents with monthly benefits to help pay for groceries, ensuring individuals and families have resources to access plenty of nutritious meals.