Whether you or someone in your family is disabled, in the military, a child, a pet, or needing special help, find out how you can help your family thrive.
An estimated 35 to 45 million people in the United States have a physical or mental disability. What is a disability? What resources are available? Learn about disability rights, the Americans with Disabilities Act, affordable housing options, and more.
As of December 31, 2009, there were nearly 1.5 million individuals on active duty serving our fair country. With the second largest army in the world, there is an equally wide array of resources available whether you or a loved one is on active duty, in the reserves, or a family member. Learn about benefits, education and training, family support services, and more.
A solid education is a key building block for every child’s successful future. This section includes free educational resources to supplement your child’s learning, financial aid information, and tips for how to help your child make the most of his or her education.
Your parents always said, “You are what you eat.” So, eat well! Learn about how diet relates to disease and health, resources for low-income individuals, and how your family can eat smart and safe.
Everyone needs a shoulder to lean on sometime in life. Whether you are a working mom, a veteran, require special-needs services, or want to leave an abusive situation, this section provides information and resources to help you live well.
You only have one family so providing their safety is your number 1 priority. Here you will find tips on how to keep your family safe at home, on line, on vacaion, in your vehicle and during a disaster.
In a 2009 Associated Press Poll, 50% considered their pet a full family member while 36% considered their pet at least a partial family member. Take care of your furry, feathered, or scaled friend by finding out about pet food recalls, pet health, and how to integrate pets into your household.