A searchable database of hospices and palliative care centers in the U.S., links to other hospice information on the Internet, and a n online hospice discussion forum.
Connects individuals in need to emergency food in their community, government assistance programs, and various social services.
Missouri's Department of Natural Resources provides a list of informational resources to help clean up homes and communities affected by severe weather, floods and other natural disasters.
Report profiling the employment picture for U.S. artists. Focuses on those who have secondary jobs as artists.
Provides reliable national estimates of the number, variety and distribution of artists in the United States and identifies key similarities and differences between artists and other U.S. workers.
Needymeds lists patient assistance programs, discounts and government programs that help cover the cost of medications.
Nevada Arts Council is dedicated to promoting and expanding quality arts education experience and lifelong learning in the arts for all Nevadans.
Purchases new prescription eyeglasses for eligible low-income people through a voucher program. This site explains the program and how to apply, and identifies national programs that provide free eye exams.
New Jersey Arts Council provides resources for organizations that sponsor and support arts in education in New Jersey.
Offers occupational and comprehensive health services for musicians, performers, and tradition bearers of New Orleans (Mardi Gras Indians, Social Aid & Pleasure Club Members). NOMC serves any patient over the age of 19, regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. The NOMC also accepts Medicare, Medicaid, and GNOCHC/Free Care.
Provides information on the arts community in New York City and sponsors a yearly event.
If you can pay for a lawyer but do not know how to find one, the Legal Referral Service can help you find representation that you can afford.
Find soup kitchens, food pantries and other food resources, including food stamp information in any NYC neighborhood.
Provides information about New York City arts in education including the blueprint.
Gives residents program details on Medicaid. People who meet disability requirements are eligible to have their medical care covered by Medicaid. The Medicaid By-In Program is for working people with disabilities. This program allows eligible individuals to earn more income without the risk of losing vital health care coverage. This site includes eligibility requirements for Medicaid, services covered and other important program information.