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This Month...

March is Women’s History Month, and the 2022 theme celebrates Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope,” which according to the National Women’s History Alliance, is “both a tribute to the ceaseless work of caregivers and frontline workers during this ongoing pandemic and also a recognition of the thousands of ways that women of all cultures have provided both healing and hope throughout history.”

International Women’s Day is March 8th. Women's History Month was officially created by Congress in 1987, but the movement began on March 8, 1911 as a global celebration of the achievements of women. In 1975 the United Nations sponsored International Women’s Day; and Sonoma, California organized a weeklong celebration of women’s contributions to culture and history. President Jimmy Carter issued the first presidential proclamation declaring the week of March 8, 1980 as National Women’s History Week.
Other highlights in March include: Daylight Saving Time (13th), a very bright Full Worm Moon (18th) and Spring  Equinox (20th). If you are a gardener or an optimist, start planting seeds, even if they are only seeds of hope!

March” is named for the Roman god of war, Mars, because it was
the time of year military campaigns would resume fighting after being interrupted by winter. Sadly that seems true today as well, as the people of Ukraine fight for sovereignty.

A Good Read...
"Medicare vs Medicaid"
Medicare and Medicaid: Two terms you’ve heard before, but do you know what the differences are? The simple answer: Medicare is a federal healthcare insurance program primarily for seniors ages 65 and older regardless of income. Medicaid is a joint program between federal and state agencies to provide healthcare to low income people of all ages.

Medicare Benefits are broken into Medicare part A,B, C and D that help cover specific services. Learn the differences between these,  find the program that is right for you, and link to local contacts.

Howdy Texas!
We have now added new provider information for the state of Texas on This means an additional 10,000+ providers are now listed in our database of resources, including: 3,173 senior housing options, such as assisted living, care homes, and skilled nursing facilities. Additionally we have added 7,620 homecare and hospice organizations.

Texas is famous for Long Horn Cattle, Cowboys, The Alamo, Barbecue, Ranching,  and NASA.

Fun Facts : Founded in 1845, Texas is the only state that was initially an independent nation before joining the union. The name Texas comes from the Caddo word thecas, meaning “allies” or “friends.” The Spanish spelled the word tejas or texas and used it to describe the area where this Native American Caddo Nation tribe lived, in the eastern part of the state.
What's new
On we have added a few new features to help families find resources and connect easier. In the listings, you can click on the heart icon to add providers to your list of “Favorites”. These favorites can be printed, saved, or emailed to a friend, and can be found by clicking favorites on the search bar. Start helping your neighbors and other family members find the care and housing they may need. Visit the site now and start adding to your favorites!

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