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As people live longer and healthier lives, planning ahead for retirement and knowing your options for health care and long-term care are more important than ever before. Find support through these programs, services, and tools specifically designed to help older individuals, their caregivers, and their communities.
HHS is committed to supporting individuals on the autism spectrum and their families.
BeTobaccoFree.gov is a consumer guide to tobacco information, including health effects of tobacco, nicotine, and electronic cigarettes, and tips to quit tobacco use.and never start smoking.
FoodSafety.gov is the gateway to food safety information provided by government agencies. Get the latest news, alerts, and tips on safely handling, preparing, and storing food to prevent food poisoning.
Find an affordable health insurance plan that fits your budget and needs. Visit the Health Insurance Marketplace at HealthCare.gov to get covered.
Get the facts about the Affordable Care Act including an overview of its key features and reference the text of the full law.
Most people with chronic hepatitis B virus (HBV) or hepatitis C virus (HCV) don’t have symptoms until the later stages of the infection. Learn how HHS is combating the silent epidemic of viral hepatitis.
We can prevent overdoses and save lives by ensuring equitable access to essential health care and support services without stigma. As the overdose crisis continues to change, we must take a pragmatic, evidence-based approach to saving lives, reducing risk, and removing barriers to effective interventions.
HIV/AIDS information from the Federal government about prevention, testing, treatment, research, and how social media is being used in response to HIV/AIDS. HIV.gov also includes a Service Locator, a location-based search tool for finding HIV testing sites and care services.
HHS works to ensure that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer, intersex, asexual, and questioning (LGBTQI+) people, their families, and communities receive equal access to health services by providing enhanced resources for health issues; developing better information regarding health needs; and working to close the LGBTQI+ health disparities gap that currently exists.
MentalHealth.gov provides one-stop access to U.S. government mental health and mental health problems information. MentalHealth.gov explains the basics of mental health, myths and facts, and more.
Bullying can happen anywhere and to anyone. Help stop bullying at school, online, and in your community. StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on what bullying is, what cyberbullying is, who is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying.