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1. South Carolina Services Information System
Information about aging and disability services in South Carolina, including a conference/training calendar.

2. SCSLC - Home
South Carolina Student Loan Corporation serves the students, parents, and schools of South Carolina by providing comprehensive loan programs in a

3. Center For Educator Recruitment, Retention, Advancement - South
Advancement Ward House Rock Hill, South Carolina 29733 - - (800) 476-2387; (803) 323-4032. CERRA Continuum of Programs and

4. 2002.07.30HHS Approves Expanding Pharmacy Benefits To South
drug benefit for all Medicare beneficiaries, programs like this one can provide immediate relief for seniors." South Carolina is one of the

To date, HHS has approved Pharmacy Plus programs in six states Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, South Carolina and Wisconsin that

6. South Carolina Association Of Council On Aging Directors
Aging in South Carolina SCACAD President Wendy Duda York Co. of America (PhRMA) has a website to help patients find programs for which they may

7. State Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs-NCSL, 2005 Edition
South Dakota had enacted a law for Rx programs South Carolina (1) SilverxCard Seniors' Prescription Drug Program (on-line description)

8. City Of Charleston, SC
Welcome to the City of Charleston, South Carolina web site. Municipal Court. Public Services Programs. The Harold Koon Award

9. Senior Resources
located in Columbia, South Carolina has provided a variety of choices to Columbia area seniors and families by offering established programs

10. Department Of Social Services - Family Nutrition Programs

11. State Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs-NCSL, 2005 Edition
south carolina (1), SilverxCard seniors Prescription Drug Program south Dakota, Senior citizen prescription drug benefit program.

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    State Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs
    (includes seniors, disabled, uninsured and others)
    As of September 2005 at least 41 states have established or authorized some type of program to provide pharmaceutical coverage or assistance, primarily to low-income elderly or persons with disabilities who do not qualify for Medicaid. Most programs utilize state funds to subsidize a portion of the costs, usually for a defined population that meets enrollment criteria, but an increasing number use discounts or bulk purchasing approaches. GROWING NUMBERS:
    • 38 states have enacted laws to create programs; three others are by executive branch action only.
    • 36 states' laws (plus DC) provide for a direct subsidy using state funds; of these 25 are in operation.
    • 25 states have created or authorized programs that offer a discount only (no subsidy) for eligible or enrolled seniors; of these 17 are in operation. A majority of these states also have a separate subsidy program.

12. Mature Adults In South Carolina: Senior Spotlight
All over south carolina, seniors volunteer their time, expertise, love, with the I–CARE and Senior Medicare Patrol fraud programs in Lexington County.
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Mature Adults in South Carolina 2003
Senior Spotlight: Senior Volunteers Make a Difference
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The Quick Guide for south carolina is being developed. Special Health Care programs for seniors Policy and Advocacy for seniors Health

14. AHIRC Resource Listings
AHIRC HOME south carolina - Special Health Care programs for seniors listing of services and programs available to south carolina senior residents,

15. Department Of Social Services - Family Nutrition Programs
seniors Farmers Market. Nutrition Program 2005. The south carolina Department of Social Services in partnership with other state agencies and local Search E-mail us
Seniors Farmers' Market Nutrition Program - 2003 The South Carolina Department of Social Services in partnership with other state agencies and local organizations, will be conducting the Seniors Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) this summer(2003) in 25 counties (Click here for a listing of counties and the sites for enrollment) . This SFMNP, which is funded by USDA, offers nutrition assistance to low income people age 60 and older by providing coupons for free produce at local farmer’s markets. Each eligible person can get $25 worth of coupons that may be used at participating farmers' markets (Click here for a listing of participating farmers) The coupons will be issued at various locations in each of the 25 counties between May 1 and June 21. Click here for the specific locations and dates of enrollment as well as contact persons. Individuals with a monthly income of $1,384 or less or who receive SSI or Food Stamp benefits are eligible for the free coupons. In order to receive the free coupons, individuals must apply in person, have their Social Security Number, and provide proof of their identity and residence. The goals of the program are to supplement the diets of low-income seniors with fresh, nutritious produce and to support South Carolina's small farmers. South Carolina is one of 37 states that received funds from USDA to operate the Seniors Farmers' Market Nutrition Program. Click here for a general information brochure.

16. Discover South Carolina -
Admissions $2 adults; $1.25 SC seniors; age 15 younger free provides curriculumbased social studies programs for south carolina school children.

17. U.S. Office Of Personnel Management
Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program. State Government programs for seniors south carolina south Dakota Tennessee
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18. City Of Charleston, SC » Business Loans & Grant Programs
Families, Youth seniors. Families, Youth seniors The Lowcountry Arts Grants Program (LQAGP) is a subgranting program of the south carolina Arts

19. State Health Insurance Counseling Programs American Academy Of
North carolina, seniors Health Insurance Information Program, 1800-443-9354 south carolina, Division on Aging, 1-800-868-9095 1-803-253-6177

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State Health Insurance Counseling Programs
Medicare+Choice officially begins January 1, 1999. You may already be receiving questions from your Medicare patients about their new options. Find your state's toll-free senior counseling hotline number so patients can get their questions answered. For more information, visit the NMEP Web site and check back here for future updates. State Counseling Program Telephone Number Alabama Insurance Information Counseling and Assistance Program
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American Samoa Hawaii SAGE Plus Program Arizona Arizona Medigap Information and Referral
(AZ only) Colorado Senior Health Insurance Assistance Program
1-303-894-7499/ext. 356

20. SC House Of Representatives Endangers Our Senior Citizens - Elderlaw-SC
But if the south carolina House Ways and Means Committee has its way, waiver programs which keep so many of our seniors out of nursing homes longer.
PO Box 2628
Columbia, South Carolina 29202

Toll-free outside Columbia, SC:
"SC House of Representatives Endangers Our Senior Citizens"
The Honorable John Drummond
The Honorable J. Verne Smith
The Honorable John C. Land, III
The Honorable Nikki Setzler
The Honorable Hugh K. Leatherman The Honorable Phil Leventis The Honorable Harvey S. Peeler, Jr. The Honorable Warren K. Giese The Honorable David L. Thomas The Honorable Kay Patterson The Honorable Yancey McGill The Honorable John E. Courson The Honorable John W. Matthews, Jr. The Honorable William H. O'Dell The Honorable Ernest L. Passailaigue, Jr. The Honorable McKinley Washington, Jr. The Honorable Glenn G. Reese The Honorable Robert W. Hayes, Jr. Gressette Building Columbia, SC 29201 Gentlemen: Retirees and soon-to-be retirees from other states are continually urged by South Carolina's governmental agencies to come to our state of "smiling faces and beautiful places" to enjoy their Golden Years. But if the South Carolina House Ways and Means Committee has its way, these new South Carolinians - not to mention the hundreds of thousands of seniors and future seniors already living here - had better not get sick and think Medicaid will help pay their medical bills. If they are not wealthy enough to pay their own way, they will be out of luck. The 2000-2001 appropriations bill recently reported out of the Ways and Means Committee to the House of Representatives effectively calls for an $87 million cut in our Medicaid programs. This cut includes not only the committee's rejection of $37 million of new funding requested by Health and Human Services to cover the annual growth in the cost of services and the number of recipients covered by Medicaid, but also provisos that legislators have tacked on that would cost Health and Human Services at least an extra $50 million to carry out.

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