Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs

Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs

Amarillo Children’s Miracle Network

The Children’s Miracle Network is a national non-profit organization with 170 affiliates across the country. They serve all kids in need.

The Amarillo affiliate provides funding for gas, food, and lodging for medical travel. They also fund services such as paying medical bills, doctor visits, prescription co-pays, or home medical needs. Funding is also used to pay for Child Life Specialists and specialized hospital equipment.

The Amarillo Children’s Miracle Network offers fun events to help raise funds. The funds are used to save and improve the lives of kids. Check out their events page for more information. You will also find stories of how they helped children in this area.

They help kids of every age and background overcome every possible disease and injury. The money helps kids with conditions from asthma to broken bones, cancer to pediatric AIDS.

Grants are available on a sliding scale. Applicants must meet financial requirements. To apply, you must complete their application. Staff can be reached at 806-331-6939 or by email.

For more resources in your area, check out our Find Services, Groups and Events page.

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