This webpage gives a list, with summaries, of links to Massachusetts General Law concerning health insurance, especially the Massachusetts Comprehensive Health Insurance Law.
This website gives information about the Massachusetts health insurance plans for people of low income. These are the plans that will meet mandated health insurance requirements under the Massachusetts Comprehensive Health Care Law and the federal Affordable Care Act.
This site gives information on which pharmaceutical companies manufacture which medicines, and allows you to download applications for the company's free/low-cost drug program.
This site provides comprehensive information and assistance for applying for pharmaceutical companies' free/low-cost drug programs.
This is the Social Security ruling of April 3, 2014 on ME/CFS.
This is the 1999 Ruling on Social Security disability for ME/CFS, which was rescinded on April 3, 2014.
This is the website of the law practice of Barbara Comerford. There are some articles on applying for disability on it.
This a a Commonwealth of Massachusetts booklet giving housing assistance information.
Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership is a nonprofit dedicated to connecting the residents of Greater Boston with safe, decent homes they can afford.
This site gives general consumer information concerning housing as well as the locations of all Housing Consumer Education Centers throughout Massachusetts.
This is the portal to information from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development in Massachusetts.
This is the portal to the Massachusetts Housing Agency—a Commonwealth government agency.
This site is a portal to state public housing information in Massachusetts.
Health Care for All assists individuals without health insurance to learn about various insurance options and how to go about obtaining insurance.
Mass211 search for help webpage.
Mass 211 search page.
Website of Home Corps program designed to help distressed homeowners.
text of the 2012 Social Security Ruling on FM.
text of the Affordable care Act of 2010 and the Supreme Court ruling of 2012.
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