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MEDICARE SERVICES - SSA

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION #4662118


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  • 11855 Edgewood Rd
    Auburn, Placer

Medicare provides a health insurance plan for people who are 65 or older. People who are disabled or have permanent kidney failure may enroll at any age. Medicare has several parts: hospital insurance, medical insurance, and a prescription drug benefit. Hospital insurance, sometimes called Part A, covers inpatient hospital care and certain follow-up care. Medical insurance, sometimes called Part B, pays for physician services and some other services not covered by hospital insurance. Prescription drug benefit, Part D, is available as well.

Call 1-800-633-4227 (1-800-MEDICARE) for additional information or visit www.medicare.gov

Find nearby locations: https://www.ssofficelocation.com/auburn-social-security-office-so66

Find providers who take Medicare: https://www.medicare.gov/care-compare/
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SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS - SSA

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION #4662114


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  • 11855 Edgewood Road
    Auburn, Placer

Administers the federal Social Security Program and assists clients applying for retirement, survivors benefits, disability, Supplementary Security Income (SSI), and Medicare benefits.

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During COVID-19: Services are available by phone (866-931-6087) or online at www.ssa.gov/onlineservices. SSA office is only providing limited, dire need, in-person services by appointment only. Call the SSA office to see whether your service needs can be met over the phone or if you'll need assistance in person.

Over the phone services can include applications for Disability, Retirement, and SSI. Prepare to provide your Social Security number as that may be needed.

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SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI) - SSA

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION #4662116


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  • 11855 EDGEWOOD RD
    Auburn, Placer

Offers cash assistance to individuals who are aged, blind, or disabled and have little or no income. Provides cash to meet basic needs for food, clothing, and shelter.

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During COVID-19: Services are available by phone (866-931-6087) or online at www.ssa.gov/onlineservices. SSA office is only providing limited, dire need, in-person services by appointment only. Call the SSA office to see whether your service needs can be met over the phone or if you'll need assistance in person.

Over the phone services can include applications for Disability, Retirement, and SSI. Prepare to provide your Social Security number as that may be needed.

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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES - NCPA

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE #4663658


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  • Penn Valley, Nevada

Northern California Peoples Advocate offers non-profit representative payee services through Social Security to clients who are on SSI, SSA, and SSDI (disabled recipients.) Manages client's financial needs and obligations. Keeps written records of all payments received from Social Security and how those monies are spent. Audited by Social Security every year.

Serves as trustees for special needs trusts and are registered with the Attorney General's Office as charitable trustees.

 



 
ASSISTANCE DOG SPECIAL ALLOWANCE (ADSA) PROGRAM - CDSS

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES #86868165


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  • California Department of Social Services, Office of Services to the Blind
    Sacramento, Sacramento

The Assistance Dog Special Allowance (ADSA )Program provides a monthly payment to eligible persons who use a guide, signal, or service dog to help them with their disability-related needs. The allowance is to help pay the costs of food, grooming, and health care for the dogs.

To be eligible for the ADSA program, an individual must meet all four of the following criteria:
1. Lives in California
2. Is blind, deaf, hard of hearing, or disabled
3. Uses the services of a trained guide, signal, or service dog
4. Receives benefits from one or more of these programs:
  • SSI - Supplemental Security Income
  • SSP – State Supplementary Payment
  • IHSS – In-Home Supportive Services
  • SSDI – Social Security Disability Insurance(SSDI recipients must also meet federal poverty guidelines)
  • CAPI– Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants
To obtain an application or more information about the ADSA program, contact:
California Department of Social Services, Office of Services to the Blind
744 P Street, MS 9-7-96
Sacrament… [read more]
UNITED ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (UACF)

UNITED ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (UACF) #65631494


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  • 3133 Arden Way
    Sacramento, Sacramento

United Advocates for Children and Families is a referral site that provides support and information for parents and families whose children receive mental health services.

The Parent Voice for Children’s Mental Health, offers programs in statewide training, technical assistance, parent to parent support, and public policy advocacy.

Websites:
https://uacf4hope.org/
ABILITY TOOLS & FREEDOM TECH ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY LOANS - CFILC

CALIFORNIA FOUNDATION FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTERS (CFILC) #41531465


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  • 1000 G Street
    Sacramento, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Ability Tools
    800-390-2699 (Option 1)

Ability Tools, formerly the AT Network, is California’s Assistive Technology Act Program. We provide a variety of services for Californians with disabilities of all ages.
Services include:FreedomTech Financial Loan Program assists people in receiving low interest financial loans to help pay for assistive technology.

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CALABLE

CALABLE #66428663


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  • PO Box 44309
    Jacksonville, Duval

CalABLE is a savings and investment plan offered by the state of California to individuals with disabilities.

Eligible individuals, family, friends and employers can contribute up to $15,000 a year without affecting the account beneficiary's public disability benefits. CalABLE account owners who work can contribute even more to their accounts. Earnings on qualified withdrawals from a CalABLE account are federal and California state tax-free.

Individuals with a disability that occurred before age 26 are eligible to open a CalABLE account.

If you meet this age of onset requirement, and receive benefits under SSI (Supplemental Security Income) and/or SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance), you are automatically eligible to open a CalABLE account.

If you are not a recipient of SSI and/or SSDI, but still meet the age of onset requirement, you could still be eligible if you meet Social Security’s definition and criteria regarding significant functional limitations and receive a letter of c… [read more]
BLINDED VETERANS ASSOCIATION

BLINDED VETERANS ASSOCIATION #65631212


The Blinded Veterans Association works to promote the welfare of blinded veterans so that, notwithstanding their disabilities, they may take their rightful place in the community and work with their fellow citizens toward the creation of a peaceful world.

BVA’s primary efforts include a National Field Service Program, advocacy before Congress and the Department of Veterans Affairs, scholarships for spouses and dependent children and grandchildren, and special initiatives such as Operation Peer Support/Project Gemini in which older veterans connect with those recently injured in Iraq and Afghanistan, including those from BVA’s sister organization in the United Kingdom.

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