Children’s National Health System, located in Washington, DC, is a leader in the development of innovative new treatments for childhood illness and injury. Serving the nation’s children for more than 140 years.
The Children’s Medical Services (CMS) program provides children with special health care needs with a family centered, managed system of care.
The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is a state and federal partnership that provides low-cost health insurance coverage for children in families who earn too much income to qualify for Medicaid but cannot afford to purchase private health ins.
The goal of the Oncology Child Life, Education and Creative Arts Therapy program is to help children and families cope with the emotional stress and anxiety associated with cancer therapy and treatment.
When serious illness strikes a child, the entire family is affected. Chai Lifeline’s extensive network of free programs and services is designed to help every member of the family cope during this time of crisis.
Striving to enrich the lives of those living with home intravenous nutrition and tube feeding through education, advocacy, and networking.
The Bone Marrow & Cancer Foundation will provide you with financial assistance resources, information, programs and services about bone marrow/stem cell transplantation you need whether you are a patient, family member, friend, bone marrow donor or doctor. Some of their free services include financial assistance programs, therapy appointments, support groups,…
TANF is a program that provides cash assistance and supportive services to assist the family, helping them achieve economic self-sufficiency.
Super Sibs mission is to honor, support and recognize brothers and sisters of children with cancer and their goal is to reach out to the brothers and sisters of over 12,600 children in the U.S. and Canada who are diagnosed with cancer each year.