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Taxonomy Code: TJ-1800

Programs that permit individuals using personal computers equipped with modems and communications software to access information and services that reside on or are available through remote computers. Included are programs that maintain Internet websites which provide information and/or services for users as well as those that offer on-line connection services which help users identify and locate the information and services they need.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Cambria County Library Public Access Computers/ToolsThe Library makes computers, printers and other electronic equipment available for public use, primarily for word processing, spread sheets and other document development applications. Public access computers can be found in libraries, schools, government buildings, science labs and research centers. Some companies such as Kinkos or Mail Boxes Etc. provide computers the public can use for an hourly fee.CambriaCambria County Library System Cambria County LibraryCambria County Library System
Comcast Internet EssentialsLow-cost Internet service, vouchers for discounts on a low cost computer, and free online Internet training for households with at least one child who is eligible for the National School Lunch Program.AlleghenyInternet EssentialsComcast
Information and Referral and ConsultationProvides callers with information and contacts on any national, model one-of-a-kind, or online self-help groups that deal with their particular concerns. Information is available on other self-help clearinghouses worldwide. Provides a one page handout on how to start a mutual help group. Maintains the "Self-Help Group Sourcebook" online, a guide to starting and finding support groups.DauphinAmerican Self-Help Clearing HouseAmerican Self-Help Clearinghouse
Meyersdale Public Library Public Access Computers/ ToolsThe Library makes computers, printers and other electronic equipment available for public use, primarily for word processing, spread sheets and other document development applications. There are 7 public computers available.SomersetMeyersdale Public LibraryMeyersdale Public Library
Saxton Community Library Public Access Computers/ToolsThe Library has computers, printers and other electronic equipment available for public use, primarily for word processing, spread sheets and other document development applications. The Library runs 6 Public Access computersBedfordSaxton Community LibrarySaxton Community Library
United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Benefits Administration - National Resource DirectoryThe National Resource Directory (NRD) is a United States Government inter-agency web portal for Wounded Warriors, Service Members, Veterans, their families and caregivers. It provides information and links to thousand of national, state and local resources. The NRD was established to support the reintegration, recovery and rehabilitation of our members of the United States Armed Forces and is part of our commitment to ensuring they have access to the resources they need to recover and successfully return to work and civilian life. Visitors to the web portal can find information about Veterans' benefits, including disability and pension benefits, VA health care and educational opportunities, homeless assistance and employment resources. The site also provides information for those who care for Veterans, such as access to emotional, financial and community assistance. The links include federal, state and local government agencies, Veterans service organizations, non-profit and community-based organizations, and academic institutions and professional associations. The National Resource Directory is a collaborative effort between the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Benefits Administration - eBenefitsUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Benefits Administration

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