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.
The center provides a broad array of services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. They offer low-cost brief counseling and crisis intervention for individuals, couples, and groups. They also provide services for those who are unable to pay.
A non-profit advocacy organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and those with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work. This site is also useful in finding laws regarding employment, relationship and parenting protection in every state.
This is a resource for helping low-income New Yorkers in need of legal advice or resources. The site can help to find free legal services in the community, learn about legal rights, obtain general information about the courts, and more.
Provides direct legal assistance to low-income families and individuals through a network of neighborhood and court-based offices and through specialized projects and city-wide programs. The practice includes civil law, criminal law, juvenile law and law reform.
Helps low-income people throughout New York City access the legal system. Legal assistance is provided primarily in the areas of housing, family, and benefits, as well as in areas of growing importance such as consumer, education, foreclosure prevention and disability rights.
Documents the support activities for major industry clusters in Los Angeles County.
The Louisiana film incentives program, enacted in 2002, has created a significant level of film activity in the state. As detailed further in this report, the industry has seen some of the highest statewide film activity employment growth in the country alongside New Mexico. Since 2001 both Louisiana and New Mexico have experienced compound annual employment growth of 23 percent per year. Louisiana now boasts the third highest film concentration ratio of U.S. states behind California and New York.
Maryland State Arts Council, Arts in Education program in designed to promote, strengthen, and enhance the arts and arts education in Maryland's elementary and secondary schools and other community settings.
Provides disabled individuals and their families with program, service and activity directories, informative brochures, and other resources. Resources include links to city programs, laws, advocacy/independent living, education, housing, transportation, employment, disability specific resources and recreation.
A federally funded program that provides medical and prescription coverage for seniors and the disabled.