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National Senior Citizens Law Center

1444 I St NW Ste 1100
Washington, DC 20005-6547
(202) 289-6976
Fax: (202) 289-7224
Services Offered:
Voluntary Health Organization
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    About My Business
    The National Senior Citizens Law Center mission is to protect the rights of low-income older adults.

    Since 1972, the National Senior Citizens Law Center has worked to promote the independence and well-being of low-income elderly and persons with disabilities, especially women, people of color, and other disadvantaged minorities.

    Through advocacy, litigation, and the education and counseling of local advocates, we seek to ensure the health and economic security of those with limited income and resources, and access to the courts for all.

    Because we believe in publicly-funded safety net programs, we work to preserve and strengthen Medicaid, Medicare Part D, Social Security and SSI. To guarantee fair treatment, we work for greater access to federal courts for citizens and for better enforcement of consumer’s legal rights in safety net programs.

    We envision an America in which elderly people and people with disabilities can live in dignity and safety and remain as independent as possible for as long as possible. Where they are free from the worries and pain of poverty or the lack of health care, and they are able to contribute to their families and societies to the best of their abilities.
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