The Department of Aging serves as a unifying resource that provides information on federal, state, and local programs and service providers. They host a hotline, 1-800-510-2020 , available to anyone seeking information about resources and services for seniors and adults with disabilities throughout California.
Dedicated to advancing meaningful, measurable improvements in the way the health care delivery system provides care to the people of California, particularly those with low incomes and those whose needs are not well served by the status quo.
This program offers yearly premiums at approximately $450/yr for Los Angeles County residents. The value of the car insured must not be more than $20,000 and participant must be a "good driver" and demonstrate financial need. Coverage is low.
Provides quality health care and related services primarily to New York's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community regardless of ability to pay. Services include primary care, mental health/social services (including Substance Use Assessment and Referral & support groups), HIV/AIDS services, oral health, senior health and more. Uninsured, low-income patients are offered on-site financial screening, referral and enrollment assistance. Fees are on a sliding scale.
Provides limited grants to individuals for certain expenses related to treatment.
Database connecting cancer patients and their caregivers to useful resources such as financial assistance, travel assistance and tips, support networks, and information on clinical trials, prevention and recent advances.
This site lists the locations and hours of many food pantries in Manhattan.
The doctors included in Castle Connolly's Top Doctor listings were selected after peer nomination, extensive research and careful review and screening by our doctor-directed research team.
Center for Arts in Education provides information and resources that demonstrate the benefits of and need for arts education as part of a quality, balanced education.
Center for Educator Development in Fine Arts seeks to promote student achievement in the fine arts by defining and supporting quality professional development for Texas educators.
Provides information on disabilities in infants, toddlers, children and youth.
Chicago Artists Resources assist artists with their creative and professional practice and to strengthen the community of artists in Chicago
Public Transportation Services for Seniors and the Disabled: ADA Paratransit service is for riders with disabilities or health conditions which prevent them from using fixed route service (Buses and "El" Trains).
This site is useful for Chicago residents seeking senior services including advocacy, information, and assistance in seeking benefits, classes, multi-purpose senior centers, and case management.
The Chicago Teaching Artists Collective is a volunteer-based network of artists from all disciplines working together to build the field of the artist as teacher on local, national, and global levels.