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Five tips for reporting a scam
With so many types of scams, it's hard to figure out where to report them. Follow these five tips to know why, how, and where to report a scam.
Four government apps for times of emergency
Did you know there are apps developed for you by the U.S. government to prepare before, stay safe during, and recover after an emergency?
Get help for homelessness, hunger, and more
Whether you or a loved one is facing a housing or food crisis, it’s important to know there are potentially life-saving resources near you that can help.
How to get passports for the whole family
Know the requirements and timeframe to get valid U.S. passports for the whole family.
Important tips to prepare before and during a hurricane
Having an annual hurricane checklist is key to ensuring your family's safety during this time of year to prepare yourself, your family, and your assets. Here are a few things to remember.
The 988 Lifeline and other mental health services
Mental health challenges can affect anyone regardless of age, gender identity, sexual orientation, or race. Understand the options you have to face your mental health struggles and get the support you need.
USAGov's guide to government benefits during any life event
People navigate life, not government. Yet there are many life events that are associated with government benefits.
What programs and services are available for veterans?
Members leave the military and return to civilian life every year. But life after the military can present many difficult and unique challenges.
What’s the difference between government grants and loans?
There are two main types of help offered by the government: grants and loans. Use this quick guide from USAGov to explore the difference between the two and find out how to apply.