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Resources that provide survival level services including food, housing, material goods, transportati...
Resources that provide medical and/or supportive services for people with disabilities or behavioral...
Resources that help meet financial needs by helping people find and sustain employment, enroll in pu...
Resources that help people access social groups and activities in their communities including commun...
Resources that protect consumer rights, help with legal services and provide information on public s...
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Resources that provide medical and/or supportive services for people with disabilities or behavioral health concerns including programs on mental health, addiction, physical therapy, specialty medicine, personal care, health insurance and education.
Services related to health and health care facilities.
Services related to mental health
Services related to alcohol and legal illegal drug use/abuse.
Services related to learning or re-learning functional skills or helping someone develop skills to address their ability to function and interact in their environment.
Resources for people with specific health needs. These needs may be related to an age group (pediatrics, an Organ system (neurology), or a treatment (surgery).
Resources for medical treatment of behavioral interventions for specific diseases, disabilities or conditions.
Resources that provide hands-on or environmental assistance, equipment, information, social services or other forms of support for people who have illnesses or disabilities.
Resources that provide information on screening, testing, or diagnosing health related issues.
Resources that provide information on public and private health insurance or that help pay for costs for health care.
Resources that train people with disabilities to use animals to help them.
Resources that provide or help with education services and early childhood development for children with special needs and/or those who fail to meet developmental milestones.