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North Coast Seniors Connect
North Coast Seniors Connect, a project of the Cleveland Public Library, is a website specifically designed for the seniors of Greater Cleveland. Find links to resources on the Web, guidance and services, and connect with people and events.
City of Cleveland
Department of Aging
Cuyahoga County
Department of Senior and Adult Services
Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging
State of Ohio
Department of Aging
Benefits Eligibilty Screening Service
Department of Insurance - The Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP)
On-line Resources Provided by Ohio
Long Term Care Consumer Guide
Taking Charge: Your Personal Long-Term Care Planning Guide
Federal Government
FirstGov for Seniors
Social Security Administration
Medicare.gov - The Official U.S. Government Site for People with Medicare
Department of Veterans Affairs
United States Administration on Aging
Eldercare Locator
GovBenefits - Federal Benefits Finder
General Resources
AARP Webplace
SeniorNet
Learn to Search the World Wide Web
National Council on Aging
Benefits Check Up

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