There are many excellent ways for non-pilots to help Angel Flight West fulfill its mission.
Despite the existence of compelling research and statistics about the importance of safe sleep in reducing our nationâ€™s high rate of infant mortality, the number of babies who die in adult beds and other unsafe sleep environments is on the rise.
Behavioral and mental health assessments and therapies for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and other cognitive needs.
The Better Breathers Club provides an opportunity for lung disease patients and their families to meet and learn about their condition from concerned health care professionals in a supportive environment.
Provides community-based educational opportunities and support for people with chronic lung disease and their families.
Our mission is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, prematurity and infant mortality.
Basic information for bleeding disorders.
Programs and services for bleeding disorders.
Community resources for bleeding disorders.
Events for bone marrow donation.
Basic information for bone marrow donations.
Resources for bone marrow donations.
Transplant information for bone marrow donation.
Since 1952 the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Mexico (BGCCNM) has provided children’s services, between the ages of 5 and 18, with a safe place to learn and grow. Currently the Club serves roughly 1,000 children in its Albuquerque and Rio Rancho clubs,
Side by Side members and staff educate caregivers and professionals who work closely with individuals with brain injury. They conduct regular educational sessions and conferences as well as facilitate caregiver support group meetings.
Side by Side members participate in a robust day program in which they relearn many of the vocational and social skills they’ve lost as a result of their brain injury. Members also regularly give back to the community through volunteer opportunities at
Educational symposiums about brain injury conducted for survivors, caregivers and medical professionals.
Multiple support groups for brain injury are available around the state of Florida.
Members work one-on-one with Side by Side staff to set individual goals to increase their independence and overall life satisfaction. Staff also provides resource coordination, therapeutic support services, independent life skills training and other servi
The Survivor’s Voice section offers creative writing, poetry and first person narratives from the sole perspective of survivor’s of brain injury.
As a new parent, one of the most important directions you will make is where your baby will sleep.
Even one child being bullied anywhere is one too many, but reports indicate that over 160,000 children stay home from school every day due to bullying issues! Often families affected by Tourette Syndrome contact TSA to share their experiences and seek sup
The Burn Institute reaches thousands of children and adults each year through fire and burn prevention education, burn survivor support programs and the funding of burn care research and treatment.
Fire kills thousands of people, including over 500 children, each year. Through community events, partnering fire departments, open houses, schools, hospitals and other agencies, AARBF is able to reach hundreds of families who are suffering from burns.
If you are reading this, chances are you or someone you know has already experienced what thousands of others do each year – a burn injury.
First known as the Institute for Burn Medicine, the Burn Institute was founded in 1972 by a dedicated physician, Dr. Hugh Frank, and a group of community leaders.
Contract with Opportunity Village for packaging, shredding, document imaging, button creation and more! Opportunity Village trains, places and supervises its clients with disabilities in all sorts of jobs at locations throughout Southern Nevada.