Person-Centered Benefits Access: Lessons from the Benefits Enrollment Centers' First Year
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Person-Centered Benefits Access: Lessons from the Benefits Enrollment Centers' First Year

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September 1, 2010

One of the key tasks of the National Center for Benefits Outreach & Enrollment has been to establish and support Benefits Enrollment Centers (BECs) to help low-income seniors and younger adults with disabilities find and apply for all the benefits programs for which they are eligible.

This report highlights the activities of the first cohort of 10 BECs, and the lessons they learned in trying to develop seamless systems of person-centered benefits access.

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