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  • Council of the District of Columbia – Explore overviews of the Council’s Calendars; Committees; Federal Relations, Legislative & Laws; Media; Office of General Council; and Publications.  Explore further Wards & ANCs, Zip Codes, Recurring Meetings and Local Facilities
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  • DC Health Link - DC Health Link is an on-line marketplace created for individuals, families, small business owners and their employees in the District of Columbia to shop, compare, and select health insurance that meets their health needs and budgets.
  • DC Office on the Aging – Explore services for the District's elderly population, who are 60 years of age and older
  • MTM. Inc. – Explore all non-emergency transportation services within the metropolitan areas
  • Medicare – Explore  information about the parts of Medicare, what’s new, and how to find Medicare plans, facilities or provide
  • Legal Aid Society of DC – Explore free legal services for individuals and families with little or no income, assistance with housing and public benefits
  • Parity Implementation Coalition – (a coalition of addiction and mental health consumer and provider organizations in an effort to end discrimination against individuals and families who seek services for mental health and substance use disorders.
  • US Department of Health and Human Services – Explore features on this website such as finding private insurance; different plans; cost of plans; out-of-pocket limits; deductibles; exclusions; Medicaid and affordable care; Medicare compare tools for hospitals, home health agencies, and nursing homes; and consumer help (listing of all states consumer assistance programs).