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Founded in 2009, MSNH is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides Lifestyle Advocacy to Seniors, Veterans, Persons with Disabilities, and Those who Care for Them.

Our Lifestyle Advocates Help members of those groups preserve their right to health, independence, and dignity by assisting them in finding and accessing vital resources and aid, especially in time of immediate need.

We currently provide services Nationwide – our model area include: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Ventura and all counties throughout California.

Since our formation in 2009, we’ve been able to help over 1,500 Clients gain access to vital resources and obtain needed aid in the areas of…

Health – Covered California, Medi-Cal, Medicaid, QMB, RCHC, MSI, MSIP, Medi-Cal Share-of-Cost Options, IHSS, Extra RX Coverage
    Housing – Section 8 / Public & Mod Rehab Housing Programs, DFEH-ADA Title II / 504 Reasonable Accommodation, Landlord / Tenant Disputes
    Veterans – Original Claim Submission, New Disability Claim Submission, Dependent Disability Claim Submission, Appeals, Small Business Verification, Seeking to Increase your Service Connection Rating
    Education – Individualized Educational Plans (IEP), Special Education Services and Regional Center Services
    Finances – Social Security SSI / SSDI Overpayments, CAP LIHEAP & Share Utility Pledges, Utility CARE and Medical Baseline Programs, Advance Health Care Directives, and more …


Our Vision

      Seniors, Veterans, and Persons with Disabilities will never again have to make a choice between buying sorely needed medicine and paying for their basic lifestyle essentials.

    Our Mission

      To defend the Rights of Seniors, Veterans and Persons with Disabilities to Health, Independence, and Dignity by challenging those who are being insensitive, unresponsive, or just down right irresponsible to …“Step-Up and Do What’s Right!”

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