Developed through partnership between the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment and Brooklyn Workforce Innovations, this program provides individuals from diverse communities with training for entry-level positions in film production and access to employers in New York City's production industry.
100 Attorneys is a public service used to connect individuals with pre-screened, attorneys based on legal need. The attorneys involved in the service operate at regular cost and do not offer pro bono services. Call 661.310.7999.
Provides a comprehensive look at the appeals process for the Medicaid program.
Access NYC provides a free service that identifies and screens for over 30 city, state, and federal human service benefit programs such as food stamps, financial assistance, family resources, insurance information and many others.
Access-A-Ride provides transportation for people with disabilities who are unable to use public bus or subway service for some or all of their trips. It offers shared ride, door-to-door paratransit service in all five boroughs for the same cost as regular public transportation. An application and interview with a healthcare professional are necessary to determine eligibility.
Represents live stage actors and stage managers.
Is North Texas retaking the film-video industry crown from Austin? If so, it's doing so with precious little in the way of feature films. Instead, the winning combination is commercials, television and animation.
Provides information for birth mothers and adoptive parents. Helps every step of the way through their comprehensive guides, links and advice about pre-adoption and post-adoption.
Investigate and secure health insurance, or find an insurance navigator in your area, to help you choose a plan.
Up-to-date info on low income housing, affordable housing, affordable apartments, subsidized housing, Public Housing and Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) waiting list information.
AIDS Action provides direct services to people living with HIV in Massachusetts, including case management, legal and housing assistance, emotional support and substance abuse support.
AIDS Alabama offers multiple housing options for those with HIV or AIDS in greater Birmingham. Grants for the care of persons with HIV are secured and administered statewide.
AFC funds and coordinates prevention, care, and advocacy projects, collaborates with community organizations to develop and improve HIV/AIDS services and champions effective, compassionate HIV/AIDS policy.
Dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by HIV disease, reducing the incidence of HIV infection and advocating for fair and effective HIV-related public policy.'
The AIDS Service Center helps individuals and families affected by, and at risk for, HIV/AIDS. Services include: individualized healthcare programs, housing assistance, transportation, food, childcare, counseling, legal help, and education. The Center is located in Pasadena.