The uninsured can seek care at NYC's public hospitals and clinics. Fees are reduced based based on income and family size.
The New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) provides affordable health care services to all New Yorkers. HHC Options is a program that offers reduced and affordable medical fees for patients who do not have insurance, or who have limited coverage, and helps patients apply for public health insurance as well.
Free and reduced-cost health care is available to people who cannot afford to pay. Hill-Burton assisted facilities include hospitals, nursing homes, and other health care facilities.
A free seasonal program (November - May) that helps eligible households pay for regular and emergency energy heating costs and can help low-income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers or other direct heating devices. Call 311 to request an application and identify as a senior.
This site encourages those concerned about a friend's or family member's substance abuse to be active, get involved, and to not be afraid to talk about the problem honestly and openly.
Search for and compare physicians and other health professionals. You can see information on medical specialty, clinical training, foreign languages spoken, and more.
This free online service created by several State housing agencies allows searches for rental housing using a wide variety of criteria and special mapping features, lists detailed information about each unit and provides links to housing resources. Includes helpful tools for renters like an affordability calculator, a rental checklist and information about renter’s rights and responsibilities.
The Department on Aging is dedicated to preserving the independence and quality of life of seniors and their caregivers by providing programs, services, resources, and advocacy. They support a Senior Helpline for anyone interested in obtaining resources or services for seniors, 1-800-252-8966. They also host a hotline to report Elder Abuse, 1-866-800-1409.
The state of Illinois created this site to alert residents of road and waterway closures and post shelter locations, public health warnings, and disaster assistance and recovery information.
A source for knowledge and help with systems, laws, programs and services affecting young people with disabilities in New York City. Their website includes an easy-to-use database, which has a large variety of categories and disability specific resources. Also conducts workshops and training sessions for parents, families, professionals and community organizations about local services & laws, parenting, and advocacy. The organization also has a array of publications and provides information and referrals.
A non-profit organization committed to assisting people with disabilities to live independently and participate fully in community life. Coordinates services for Medicaid-eligible adults living in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Manhattan. These services include adult day health care, home care, meal delivery, personal emergency response, rehabilitation, and more.
This site lists the locations of free meals (as well as free clothing and other amenities) in Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens.
Addresses critical issues facing new veterans and their families, including mental health injuries, a stretched VA system, inadequate health care for female veterans, and GI Bill educational benefits. Also provides valuable resources and empowers veterans to connect with one another, fostering a strong and lasting community.
This clinic offers high-quality HIV/AIDS treatment regardless of your financial situation. They accept various insurance plans and offer services for individuals with low-income and/or no insurance.
Kentucky has several programs to help residents recover from disasters, including the Individual & Family Grant, which provides financial assistance for necessary expenses such as housing repairs, medical, dental, funeral, transportation, or other disaster related needs.