The State Organization Index provides an alphabetical listing of government organizations, including commissions, departments, and bureaus.
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Massachusetts offers services and resources to keep you and your loved ones healthy, safe, and happy. Find out how we can support you.
The Medical Use of Marijuana Program (Program) registers qualifying patients, personal caregivers, Registered Marijuana Dispensaries (RMD), and RMD agents.
Learn about your health care options, including through MassHealth.
Massachusetts empowers low-income individuals and families to meet their basic needs and achieve economic self-sufficiency. The Commonwealth and the federal government provide a combination of food, financial, and job support to reach these goals.
The Health & Social Services Virtual Gateway provides online access to and information about health assistance, food, claims reimbursements, case management, and disability services for individuals, families, providers, and government in one location.
The Commonwealth offers a number of services to help seniors stay healthy, independent, and engaged in their communities. Learn more about programs here.
Massachusetts provides services and information to help individuals and families in need of mental health assistance or substance misuse counseling.
Find information about public housing, rental assistance programs, emergency housing, and other state resources to help you find safe and secure shelter.
Massachusetts provides many services for families and individuals with disabilities. Learn about transportation options, support, and more.
Massachusetts offers a wide range of services, resources, and benefits to veterans, members of the military, and their families. Learn what's available here.
Questions about the flu or other illnesses in Massachusetts? Find your answers here.
Massachusetts is committed to equal rights and opportunity for all residents. Find resources for members of the LGBTQ community.
Massachusetts promotes the full participation of refugees and immigrants as self-sufficient individuals and families in the economic, social, and civic life of the Commonwealth.
Are you helping care for a family member? The Commonwealth offers a number of services to help caregivers find information and get support. Learn more about programs here.
The Attorney General’s Office enforces health care laws to protect the rights of people in Massachusetts and to stop unfair or deceptive practices by insurers, providers, and pharmaceutical companies.
The Attorney General’s Office is committed to the enforcement of tobacco and nicotine control laws, including e-cigarette laws, and preventing youth access to these products.
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