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Free Benefits For Folks Over 55! | June 5, 2021

Over 55?

Here are the types of expenses you can get help with:

Medications

HealthCare

In-Home Services

Food

Housing

Utilities

Transportation

Legal

Taxes

Employment Training

All FREE from over 2,000 federal, state and private benefits programs for adults 55+.

You can get help with prescriptions, health care, food, utilities, and more. In addition to help with tax relief, transportation, legal issues, or finding work.

Simply click on the link below to find out which benefits and programs you’re eligible for:

https://www.benefitscheckup.org/

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  1. Reblogged this on Disablities & Mental Health Issues.

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    Comment by Kenneth — June 5, 2021 @ 9:38 AM


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