Possible Funding options

ADAM’S CAMP TEXAS FUNDING & SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

POSSIBLE FUNDING RESOURCES: If you are looking for possible ways to help fund camp for your camper see below for a list of potential resources. Adam’s Camp Texas does not endorse any of these organizations, and it is your responsibility to research and apply where appropriate.

Private Health Insurance: For our therapy programs we are happy to provide the codes to use and the documentation showing the therapy provided for you to submit to your health insurance.

United Healthcare Children’s Foundation: For children 16 years or younger. Families must meet economic guidelines, reside in the US and be covered by a commercial health insurance policy. Grants up to $5,000 for health care services not covered by commercial health insurance. http://www.uhccf.org.

National Autism Association- Helping Hand: For families of children with autism who are in financial crisis. US residents with a child on the autism spectrum, birth to 18. Max request: $1,500. http://www.nationalautismassociation.org/helpinghand.php.

Similar grants may be offered to families by: Act-Today for Autism: www.act-today.org

and Autism Family Resources: www.autismfamilyresources.org

Danielle’s Foundation: For children 18 yrs and younger with cerebral palsy or brain injury for assistance towards therapy, treatment or equipment. Awards based on need are given out four times per year, one family each time. www.daniellesfoundation.org

The Morgan Project: http://themorganproject.org/grants.html  provides grants to provide families with a wide variety of support related to children with physical special needs.

Friends of Man: www.friendsofman.org  Request for funding needs to be made by 3rd party.

Kevin Patrick Hands to Angels Foundation http://handstoangels.blogspot.com/  to assist families dealing with the mounting medical bills and lost wages due to complications of a genetic disorder.

SEAL Naval Special Warfare Family Foundation
Our NSWKids program supports direct educational diagnostic testing, services and tutoring/mentoring and support to the families of active duty SEALs, SWCC and support personnel who have special needs children. To date, over 100 children and their families have received support. The average cost of care per child is $10,000 depending on the diagnosis and needed services. 
www.sealnswff.org

Small Steps in Speech
Small Steps in Speech assists children with speech and language disorders by funding supplemental therapies and treatments for individuals as well as grants to charitable organizations who serve children with communicative disorders. Our goal is to give children the chance to better express themselves in the world in which we live.
www.smallstepsinspeech.org

MyGOAL Inc. Enrichment Grant
MyGOAL Inc. is proud to offer a grant program that will enable families to take advantage of socialization and educational opportunities designed for individuals with special needs. The purpose of the grants is to enrich the body, mind, and spirit of individual(s) with Autism Spectrum Disorders, resulting in a higher quality of life.
mygoalautism.org

Autism Consortium: Raising A Child with an ASD
All too often, parents of children with ASD incur unexpected and immense out-of-pocket costs for treatments and services. Through the generosity of foundations and, sometimes, public funding, applicable grants might help parents offset these costs. The Autism Consortium has compiled a list of grant opportunities. Be sure to read each option carefully and understand that specific criteria pertain to each.
www.autismconsortium.org

First Hand Foundation 
First Hand Foundation is a nonprofit organization that helps children with health-related needs when insurance and other financial resources have been exhausted. Our mission is to directly impact the health status of a young life. 
applications.cerner.com/firsthand

ACT Today! 
Autism Care and Treatment Today! is a nonprofit501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to increase access to effective autism treatments. Our goal is to help facilitate treatment by providing the necessary resources including funding, information and referrals to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) and their families. 
www.act-today.org

Faith based communities. Service Organizations such as Kiwanis, Sertoma, Rotary.

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