My Benefits: Find out if you're eligible and how to apply for New York State programs that offer:
Help with buying food
Temporary Assistance (TA)
Special tax credits
Home Energy Assistance
Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)
Various Health Insurance programs for individuals, families, children, and sole proprietors
WIC - Women, Infants and Children
HIV Uninsured Care Program
A wide variety of services for older New Yorkers, including health insurance information, counseling and assistance (HIICAP), NY Connects (information on long term care services and supports and assistance in linking to these services), legal assistance, nutritional services, and help with the purchase of prescription drugs
NY Department of Motor Vehicles: apply for or renew a driver's license, obtain an ID card for non-drivers, register to vote, or register as an organ donor.
NYC Commission on Human Rights: information regarding sexual harassment, fair housing, immigrant discrimination. Community Participation: After school programs, Beacon community centers, libraries, foster grandparents, police department youth program, and much more.
NYC Well: A free and confidential resource that is available to all regardless of immigration status, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and in 200 languages. Dial 1-888-NYC-WELL, text WELL to 65173 or chat with a counselor online at nyc.gov/NYCWELL. Get help with problems like stress, depression, anxiety, or drug & alcohol abuse.