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  1. The American Cancer Society’s (ACS) site helps patients find ways to get the prescription drugs they need at an affordable price. ACS gives step-by-step advice on how to find the...

  2. Information about VA-guaranteed loans, which are made by private lenders such as banks, savings and loan associations, or mortgage companies to help Veterans with qualifying service buy, build, repair or improve a home....

  3. Family caregivers take on many different roles and tasks. A caregiver may be a child who takes care of an older parent, a parent caring for an adult or young child...

  4. There are many private organizations and government agencies that can connect you to programs in your community. Available services may include emergency financial assistance, legal help and health care. Visit Finding Help...

  5. Do you need help with your job search, or are you looking for job training services? Do you want to learn about laws that protect your rights as a jobseeker...

  6. Information from the National Institutes of Health's Senior Health website about Medicare, a federal health insurance program for Americans age 65 and older and people under age 65 with certain...

  7. Learn about U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs that can help you find affordable apartment rentals, accessible housing and assistance paying your utility bills. Read about the Housing Choice...

  8. Search Eldercare Locator's database of services for older adults and caregivers. You can search by zip code, city and state or type of help. Learn about financial or legal assistance, food and...

  9. The U.S. federal government website for information about health insurance options. Learn about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), find health insurance plans and apply for coverage through the health insurance Marketplace. You...

  10. This program provides low-income seniors with coupons that can be exchanged for eligible foods at farmers' markets, roadside stands and community supported agriculture programs. Read the fact sheet to learn...

  11. Get answers to your questions about Medicare, including the different parts of Medicare, what services are covered and how Medicare works with your other health insurance. This link opens a...

  12. State Protection and Advocacy agencies (P&As) provide people with disabilities with free information and advocacy services to ensure their rights are protected. P&As can help you learn about your rights...

  13. Explains the differences between Medicare and Medicaid, who each program is for and the kinds of services they cover. This link opens a PDF file. Visit What Is Medicare & What Is...

  14. Get help paying drug plan premiums and/or other prescription drug costs. Select by state or territory to see if any programs are available in your area. Visit State Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs...

  15. You can apply for disability benefits (SSI or SSDI) from the Social Security Administration (SSA) online or through a Social Security office near you. Read a brochure about applying for...

  16. This part of the National Council on Aging provides information and support to organizations that help enroll seniors and adults with disabilities in benefits programs. Also funds Benefits Enrollment Centers (BECs) around the...

  17. This website from United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) provides resources and a social network for parents of of children with developmental disabilities. Families can get answers to their questions, find assistive technology and...

  18. Explanation of the two major cash benefit programs under Social Security based on disability. Read an article from AARP to learn more. Visit What's the Difference between Social Security Disability &...

  19. Answers to common questions the Social Security Administration (SSA) receives about disability benefits. Includes information about to find out if you're eligible, how to apply and the difference between SSDI...

  20. Find information about long-term care services in your state. Centers for Independent Living, Area Agencies on Aging, Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) and other organizations help older adults and people with...

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