Our Specialists provide individualized information, education, support and advocacy to, with and on behalf of individuals with TBI and their families. Services are delivered by phone and/or in the individual’s home and community.

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State funded program to provide individualized supports to families who are caring for a family member with developmental disabilities/delays, including connecting them with resources and providing limited financial help.

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Camp Korey hosts family weekends during the off-season from our Summer Camp sessions, typically during Spring and Fall. Family Camp offers support and recreation for those affected by childhood disabilities—which includes not just the individual child,

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Our Developmental Specialists are available to assess the development of children ages birth to three years who live in Sandoval or Bernalillo Counties of New Mexico. If you do not live in that area, we can help you to identify an agency in your area that

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Frequently asked questions about human trafficking from the United Nations.

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Parents often have questions regarding their child’s screening and eye health. Review these frequently asked questions for answers.

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This report provides an overview of human trafficking and identifies three actionable recommendations to improve U.S. government federal anti-trafficking policies. It also highlights areas for future collaboration nationally and internationally with state and local governments, NGOs, faith-based organizations, community members, businesses, and philanthropists.

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Details the four priority areas: rule of law, victim services, procurement and supply chains, and public awareness and outreach of the President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons.

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Affected for Life is a training film that illustrates the elements and different forms of human trafficking. The film is available in both full-length (23 minutes) and abbreviated version (13 minutes) in Arabic, English, French, Russian and Spanish. Presented by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

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The Minnesota AIDS Project offers limited emergency financial aid to individuals and families living with HIV. Financial assistance can help pay utility bills, rent, or medical costs.

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“First Responders” are those public safety officials – such as police officers or firefighters – who respond to emergency situations.

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With more than 70 locations across the country, Fisher House is a “home away from home” for families of patients receiving medical care at military and VA medical centers.

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The Forever Courage House is a shelter for family members of critically burned patients who are receiving treatment at the Arizona Burn Center, Maricopa Medical Center; the Grossman Burn Center, St. Luke’s Medical Center; and for families of severe trauma

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More than 100,000 people have learned their risks for kidney disease by having a free screening from the American Kidney Fund. Check below to find out if there is a screening near you, and check back often for updates.

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Screenings that evaluate your risk for kidney disease via one or more of the following tests: blood pressure, urine test, blood draw.

Program designed for adults that teaches the skills and techniques that have been proven to help smokers quit; available as a group clinic, an online program and a self-help book. Some fees do apply for this lung disease program.

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This toolkit is not intended to be a curriculum for special education for students on the autism spectrum, but rather a support for the general education and administrative school staff who interact with students with autism in various capacities.

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