Legal Services of the Hudson Valley provides support, advocacy and civil legal representation to poor and low-income families and individuals in Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Dutchess, Orange, Sullivan and Ulster Counties.
The Medicare Rights Center is a national, nonprofit consumer service organization that works to ensure access to affordable health care for older adults and people with disabilities through counseling and advocacy, educational programs and public policy initiatives.
As a specialist in long-term care planning, I assist families to design a plan to use when a loved one’s health changes and they need care. Items to plan for are who will manage the care, who will be care givers, and where will the loved one reside.
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The US Department of Veterans Affairs provides patient care and federal benefits to veterans and their dependents.
Founded in 1991, the Pace Women’s Justice Center is a highly respected, multi-faceted legal services center that serves over 2,800 victims and survivors of domestic violence and elder abuse every year through the skillful and innovative use of the law. The Center makes legal information and resources readily available to the general public.
As head of the Department of Law, the Attorney General is both the “People’s Lawyer” and the State’s chief legal officer. As the ���������People’s Lawyer,” the Attorney General serves as the guardian of the legal rights of the citizens of New York, its organizations and its natural resources. In his role as the State’s chief legal counsel, the Attorney General not only advises the Executive branch of State government, but also defends actions and proceedings on behalf of the State.
Claim Your Lost Money. New York State has over $13 billion in lost money. Every day we return $1 million to those who file claims here.
A cultural resource and a veritable outdoor museum, Woodlawn has been an active, 400-acre, non-sectarian cemetery from its inception in 1863. The cemetery was������������designated a National Historic Landmark in 2011 by the National Parks Service.
The Westchester County Clerk maintains and prese