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Navigating through the maze of public benefit programs can be difficult and confusing. Many people don’t know what assistance is available – or how to gain access to it. AARP offers online tools that take the guesswork out of the process for every state in the US. Now you can easily find programs that help save money on health care, medication, food, utilities, children’s health costs and more.
It only takes 15 minutes so clear hear to get started with AARP Benefits QuickLINK.
Do you have any neighbors or friends who could use your help to access the QuickLinks site? Perhaps they are not online at all, or maybe they have trouble understanding the potential benefits. With just a little of your time, you could be helping them to:
Outreach and service in our local communities is an important part of AARP’s mission. Our founder Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, who coined the phrase “Create the Good”, is the impetus for information about ways to help others in your own community.
Each of us has the potential to make a big difference in someone’s life and helping a neighbor or friend use the AARP Benefits QuickLINK is just one way to do that. Go online to find out what it is all about and share your experience with others!
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