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Sue had just $813 a month to survive. Of that, she needed $136 just to pay for two prescriptions. Then Sue met a benefits counselor supported by NCOA. Soon, she was saving thousands of dollars.

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Seniors & SNAP: 5 Myths Busted

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly food stamps) helps 4 million low-income older Americans buy nutritious foods. But, many older adults are confused by common myths about the program. Get the facts with our new infographic!

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Benefits 101 - Russian

Got Russian-speaking clients? Share these fact sheets with them providing a basic overview of core benefits programs for people with Medicare.

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Benefits 101 - Spanish

Got Spanish-speaking clients? Share these fact sheets with them providing a basic overview of core benefits programs for people with Medicare.

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MIPPA and Native American Tribes

These outreach materials are designed especially for Native Americans/Alaskan Natives, and review the criteria for applying for the Part D Low Income Subsidy/Extra Help and Medicare Savings Programs.

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Having trouble paying your bills?

Get a free BenefitsCheckUp® to see if you qualify for help paying for medicine, food, utilities, and more.

Are you an aging professional?
Visit our National Center for Benefits Outreach & Enrollment to learn best practices to find and enroll older adults and individuals with disabilities into benefits.