Provides comprehensive information about disability programs, services, laws and benefits for disabled individuals and their families. A state & local resource locator is also provided.
Provides a compilation of disaster resources and services from several U.S. government agencies in a simple website where you can apply for numerous programs through a single application.
"Protect and defend your ownership of your creative material by protecting your copyright."
Advertise and contact roommates for free; fees range depending on length of stay, location, rent and other factors.
Online research tool offers 70 searchable tables with figures on working artists by state and metropolitan area, by demographic information (including race and ethnicity, age, gender and disability status), and by residence and workplace.
Provides information about pregnancy and a variety of topics for parents with children 0-18 (school, life, entertainment, etc.).
Explains what disaster assistance and housing needs assistance are, who qualifies, and what other services FEMA offers. This resource also provides an online application and apply-by-phone directions, and allows users to check the status of their applications and find out how they can spend their assistance money.
Provides money and services to people in a disaster area when losses are not covered by insurance and property has been damaged or destroyed. Visit their website to apply, learn more about assistance programs and access other resources.
Grant programs directly support individual artists working in dance, music/sound, performance art/theater, poetry, and the visual arts. Their Emergency Grants program is the only multi-disciplinary program that offers immediate assistance of this kind to artists living and working anywhere in the United States, for projects occurring in the U.S. and abroad.
Provides information on public benefits by state. It is also has an online screening questionnaire that determines the benefits for which the user may be eligible.
This site encourages those concerned about a friend's or family member's substance abuse to be active, get involved, and to not be afraid to talk about the problem honestly and openly.
Represents Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, its Territories and Canada.
Represents workers in the motion picture industry including firms that produce feature films, television programs, commercials, and live theatrical productions.
Represents cinematographers and camera crews.
Advocacy, community and information for Content Creators.