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What to Expect After you Apply
When you apply to become a You First member and your application is accepted, you will receive an acceptance letter in the mail. If there are any questions about your application, you will receive a phone call for more information.
Here’s what to expect if your application is accepted:
You’ll get a You First membership card and information packet in the mail from us.
A You First team member will call you. They’ll welcome you to the program. They can also answer any questions you may have.
You can then call your regular health care provider to schedule appointments for your You First health screenings.
If you have a qualifying bill from up to 90 days before signing your application and becoming a You First member, you can submit it for payment by the program.
If you need help finding a provider that accepts You First, we can help. Call our office or find a local provider through the Vermont Medicaid Portal’s Provider Lookup Tool
How Appointments and Follow-ups Work
Be sure to bring these 2 items to each You First screening appointment.
Please have your provider fax your completed provider report to You First at (802) 657-4208.
Once you get your screening results, you’ll work with your health care team or our You First team. They’ll help you set health goals and find the tools you need to put your health first.
If you have an abnormal screening result, a member of our team can help you decide what to do next. They can also help you connect to more resources.
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