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National Cancer Information Center - Program
American Cancer Society

3380 Chastain Meadows Pkwy NW
Suite 200
Kennesaw, GA

Connects patients, caregivers, and family members with valuable services and resources about cancer. Provides online information about cancer prevention, reducing cancer risk, cancer types and treatment options, support programs and resources, and cancer research.   Empowers constituents to prevent, manage, and survive cancer.

SAFE Alternatives - Program
SAFE Alternatives

8000 Bonhomme
Suite 211
Clayton, MO

Provides an information line and a website with resources for people who self injure, in addition to local treatment in St. Louis, Missouri.

Lupus Foundation of America, Inc. - Program
Lupus Foundation of America, Inc.

2121 K Street NW
Suite 200
Washington, DC

Implements programs of research, education and advocacy related to lupus. Offers an online resource center that provides resources and information on lupus.

Online Support Group - Program

369 Lexington Avenue
Second Floor
New York, NY

Offers a weekly online support group for Autistic and Neurodivergent folk. We also offer Patreon-only support groups through Facebook. Current groups include: Monday Chat group using video & audioPatreon-only Facebook groups: LGBTQIA+ community for Autistics Autistic Women, Femmes, and Non-binary Folx Over 50s autism spectrum group Community of Black, Brown, Indigenous, and Melanated Autistics Autistic Parents, Step-parents, and Caregivers group Significant others, spouses, and partners of …

National Human Trafficking Hotline - Program

Provides the National Human Trafficking Hotline, a national, toll-free hotline, available to answer calls, texts, and chats from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.  Hotline is not a government entity, law enforcement, or an immigration authority. 

Arthritis Foundation - Program
Arthritis Foundation

1355 Peachtree Street NE
Suite 6th
Atlanta, GA

Offers information and referral for individuals with arthritis and their family members or caregivers.  Offers the  Live Yes! Network, an online community for individuals affected by arthritis. Includes linkage to local, peer-led support groups that provide connections, education, and empowerment to adults living with arthritis, rheumatic diseases and parent/guardians of children living with arthritis.

Crisis Intervention and Hotline Services - Program
Military OneSource

6270 Midway Street
Sacramento, CA

Provides resources for military members, spouses and families on nearly every aspect of military life: Deployment. Reunion. Relationship. Grief. Spouse employment and education. Parenting and childhood. Offers confidential counseling sessions over the phone, online chat, or face to face.

Academy of Peer Services - Program
Academy of Peer Services

194 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY

Provides online, on-demand, self-directed training and testing for those seeking certification as peer specialists. Includes wide variety of interactive multimedia courses Includes courses on the supervision of Peer Specialists Links participants to certification through the New York Peer Specialist Certification Board Provides a virtual learning community for peer specialists at

Library Services - Program
Jervis Public Library

613 N Washington Street
Rome, NY

Provides library services such as loans of books, magazines, books on CD, DVDs; digital books, audiobooks, and magazines via Libby app; park and local venue passes, Wi-Fi hotspots, board games, DVD/VHS/CD players, snow shoes, and eBooks; tax forms, story times, educational seminars, public use copy & fax machine, public computers, public printer, and public internet access with 24-hour Wi-Fi; assistance with some online services such as unemployment, social security, creating an email …

Library Services - Program
Dunham Public Library

76 Main Street
Whitesboro, NY

Provides library services such as loans of books, e-books, audio books, movies, e-magazines, youth and adult reading/literacy programs and arts appreciation programs. Offers public computers, internet access, and basic computer literacy Offers wellness program such as Tai Chi.

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