To achieve our priority objectives, we use advocacy and litigation as well as provide education and counseling to local advocates who work with older adults.
NSCLC seeks to ensure that low-income older adults understand and have access to affordable health care benefits from programs such as Medicare and Medicaid (or Medi-Cal in California) and that more people receive long-term services and supat home.
NSCLC seeks to preserve, strengthen, expand and improve access to income support programs such as Social Security and Supplemental Security Income.
Read the 2013 Annual Report to find 2012 accomplishments, a list of supporters, and other information.
Watch NSCLC: A Voice for Poor Seniors, a short video that describes what we do and how we saved an important benefits program for California seniors and persons with disabilities.