• Does having an account affect my other benefits?

    No. Through Vermont ABLE, you can open and maintain a STABLE account while keeping your federal and state benefits (SSI, SSDI, Medicaid, SNAP, TANF, HUD Assistance, Section 8, etc.). If you receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI), there is a $100,000 limit before funds start counting against...

  • Does my location matter?

    Yes. A STABLE account through Vermont ABLE is available only to residents of Vermont. If you are not a resident of Vermont, visit STABLEAccount.com to learn more about your options. 

  • Does the Authorized Legal Representative (ALR) own the account with the beneficiary?

    No. Regardless of who opens the account, the beneficiary is the sole owner of all the funds.

  • Does the card have any fraud protection or security features?

    Yes. Once you receive your STABLE Visa® Card, you can log in and set up customized restrictions on certain spending categories. You can also turn on text message alerts to notify you of a range of activity on your STABLE Visa Card.* *Standard text message rates, fees, and charges may apply. 

  • Eligibility

    Who can have an account? To be eligible for a STABLE account through Vermont ABLE, you or the beneficiary must: Be a resident of Vermont; Be blind or have a medically determinable physical or mental impairment that results in marked and severe functional limitations, and such condition...

  • Eligibility Screener

    What qualifies as an eligible expense? The money from the account can be used for everyday needs or an unexpected turn of events. The eligible expenses are geared towards improving health, independence, and quality of life. Including: What makes us special? Our program is unique because it...

  • Enrollment Form

  • Entity ALR Establishment Form

  • Entity Change of ALR Form

  • Entity New Account Form