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Financial Management During Crisis


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OrganizationFederal Citizen Information Center (FCIC)
http://www.pueblo.gsa.govThis link will open in a new window.
The FCIC helps federal agencies and departments develop and distribute useful information to the public. Call: (800) FED-INFO

OrganizationFederal Trade Commission (FTC)
http://www.ftc.govThis link will open in a new window.
The FTC enforces a variety of federal antitrust and consumer protection laws. Call: (202) FTC-HELP

Web SiteInsureKidsNow.gov
http://insurekidsnow.gov/This link will open in a new window.
InsureKidsNow.gov provides information about Medicaid and CHIP services for families who need health insurance coverage.

OrganizationNational Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC)
http://www.nfcc.orgThis link will open in a new window.
NFCC is a national nonprofit network of centers designed to provide assistance to people dealing with stressful financial situations. Call: (800) 388-2227

OrganizationConsolidated Credit Counseling Services
http://www.debtfree.orgThis link will open in a new window.
This group's mission is to assist families throughout the United States in ending financial crisis and to solve money-management problems through education and professional counseling.

OrganizationThe Health Insurance Marketplace
http://www.healthcare.gov/This link will open in a new window.
Consumers can learn about, compare, buy, and enroll in health insurance at HealthCare.gov, the official site for the Health Insurance Marketplace.

OrganizationCenters for Medicare and Medicaid Services
http://cms.hhs.govThis link will open in a new window.
This website contains all the information you need to understand your health care.

Web SiteAdolescent Health Transition Project
http://depts.washington.edu/healthtrThis link will open in a new window.
This is a health and transition resource for adolescents with special health care needs, chronic illnesses, and physical or developmental disabilities.