This resource for people with substance use disorders operates a 24/7 treatment hotline. Additionally, this website maintains an updated list of treatment centers by state.
This guide explains Medicare for people with blindness or low vision and helps answer your questions about eligibility, what’s covered, how to enroll, and where to find assistance navigating your Medicare options.
This program funds equipment and technology for eligible people living with muscular dystrophy.
This website shares information about what daily life can be like for someone living with MS. It also talks about Multiple Sclerosis in general, symptoms, and treatment options.
This website through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services lists clinical trials, information about dementia, and resources for caregivers/families.
The American Council for the Blind offers peer support groups, educational scholarships, a list of resources, and other support services.
The American Foundation for the Blind advocates for people who are blind or visually impaired of all ages. Their website lists resources for accessibility and research initiatives.
This organization has resources for people of all ages who are blind or visually impaired. Specifically, they list educational, accessibility, and employment resources.
This website allows individuals to search for a Speech-Language Pathologist or an Audiologist who has been certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
This organization lists information about mental health conditions, ways to find support, and hosts educational webinars.