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1.8/5 (9 votes)
Agencies-Federal, State and City/General
Description: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is a federal agency with responsibilities that include the Medicare and Medicaid programs, two national healthcare programs benefiting about 75 million Americans; the State Children's...
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2.0/5 (8 votes)
Agencies-Federal, State and City/General
Address: 26 Federal Plaza Suite 3312 New York, NY 10278-0004 Phone: (212) 264-2355 (TTY) (212) 264-3313 (Voice) Fax: (212) 264-3039    
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2.1/5 (8 votes)
Agencies-Federal, State and City/General
Address: Region II Office 26 Federal Plaza Room 3532 New York, NY 10278 Phone: (212) 264-1290 (TTY) (212) 264-0927 (Voice) Fax: (212) 264-9829   Website: www.hud.gov/  
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1.8/5 (10 votes)
Agencies-Federal, State and City/General
Description: The mission of PCEPD is to facilitate the communication, coordination, and promotion of public and private efforts to enhance the employment of people with disabilities. The committee provides information, training, and technical...
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1.4/5 (12 votes)
Agencies-Federal, State and City/General
Description: Ensure appropriate services and opportunities for children and youth with disabilities. Address: Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities One Commerce Plaza Room 1606 Albany, NY 12234 Phone:...
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1.6/5 (9 votes)
Agencies-Federal, State and City/General
Description: Provide training and information to parents of infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities and to people who work with parents to enable them to participate more fully and effectively with professionals in meeting the...
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