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This website provides patients, family members, health care professionals, and members of the public access to information on clinical trials for a wide range of diseases and conditions. Information includes Abstracts of Clinical Study Protocols, Additional Information that may help a patient decide whether to consider a particular trial, and Links...
Offers assistance with consumer education, budgeting, credit status, bankruptcy, first time homebuyer education, foreclosure prevention, loan modification, rental counseling, reverse mortgage and home equity line of credit.
This program was developed by the American Heart Association. Provides skills to effectively assess and maintain life from critical minutes immediately following an emergency, until arrival of Emergency Medical Services personnel through recognition and treatment of life threatening emergencies.
This program offers up to 90 days of positive, temporary shared living for people experiencing a serious psychiatric episode or intense emotional distress who might otherwise face hospitalization or incarceration. Includes intake/assessment, crisis intervention and stabilization.Also offers case management, coping skills, and housing search.
This program provides adults who are blind or visually impaired a 5-6 month residential training program. Training areas include Braille, assistive technology skills, orientation and mobility, and independent living skills such as cooking, cleaning, and money management.