Find Community Resources To Support Your Whole Health (East Region)


This article contains information specific to beneficiaries living in the East RegionAlabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa (Rock Island area), Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri (St. Louis area), New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas (excluding El Paso area), Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.. Check the map to find your region.

Have you wondered if there are organizations near you that offer emergency food resources or support for improving your health? Do you need care options for a loved one? Are you looking for help to support people with special needs?

Taking care of social needs can be important to your overall health. Humana Military has a tool help you find support services close to home. Check out the no-cost online tool, the Humana Community Navigator.

The Humana Community Navigator is an online directory of more than 500,000 community and private resources across the United States. All programs listed are free or offered at a reduced or sliding-scale cost. Services include food assistance, housing and transportation resources, employment aid, legal help, education, support to fight loneliness, and more. Customize your search by filtering by ZIP code. You can also use the Navigator’s translation tool to translate results into one of 100 languages.

Find resources related to these topics:

  • Food, including food pantries and nutrition
  • Housing, including financial help and emergency shelter
  • Goods, including baby supplies, and medical supplies
  • Transit, including bus passes
  • Health, including support groups and end-of-life care
  • Money, including government benefits and prescription assistance
  • Care, including navigating the system and help hotlines
  • Education, including financial education and disease management
  • Work, including skills and training
  • Legal, including adoption and foster care and translation

Follow these steps to find resources:

  1. Visit
  2. Enter your ZIP code.
  3. Type in a keyword—such as autism, daycare, or food pantry—or pick a category of resources.
  4. View the results.

Each result has a detailed description of the organization, its services, and who it serves, such as veterans, seniors, or individuals with autism. You’ll also find a phone number and contact form.

Last Updated 12/4/2023