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[pic] SHEPHERD CENTER 2020 PEACHTREE ROAD, N. W. ATLANTA, GA 30309 Resources & Grants dedicated to Spinal Cord Injury Survivors The Bryon Riesch Foundation The Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation’s goal is to find a cure for paralysis through funding the latest in medical research and to provide assistance to those that suffer from neurological disorders. www. brpf. org P. O. Box 1388 Waukesha, WI  53187-1388 Phone:  (262) 547-2083 [email protected] org Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation 636 Morris Turnpike Suite 3A Short Hills, NJ  07078 [email protected] org www. christopherreeve. org Tel: 973-379-2690 800-225
Clearinghouse on Disability Information Special Education & Rehabilitative Services Communications & Customer Service Team 550 12th Street, SW, Rm. 5133 Washington, DC   20202-2550 http://www. ed. gov/about/offices/list/osers Tel: 202-245-7307 202-205-5637 (TTD) Fax: 292024507636 The Dream Society The Dream Society was created to assist people with moderate to severe physical challenges such as paraplegia, and quadriplegia. We will consider all cases on a case by case basis to make any final decisions. www. thedreamsociety. org 2659 E. Gulf to Lake Hwy. PMB #108 Inverness, FL 34453 Phone (352) 400-4967 [email protected] org FODAC: Friends of Disabled Adults & Children & Ramps for Champs FODAC provides over $8 million each year in equipment and services to the community at little or no cost to the recipients. FODAC’s Ramps for Champs programs builds home ramps and makes other modifications. FODAC currently has special funding for certain recipients based on location and income. (Atlanta area only) 866-977-1204 www. fodac. org Georgia Brain and Spinal Injury Commission Georgians with traumatic brain and spinal injuries deserve lives of independence and inclusion, lives rich with vision and possibilities.
Trust Fund awards assist individuals with injuries in reaching these goals. 888-233-5760 [email protected] state. ga. us www. ciclt. net G. O. A. L. S: Go Out and Live Successfully The primary focus of G. O. A. L. S. , Inc. is to help individuals with spinal cord injuriesun4earth : achieve greater mobility and independence, better access their environment, and continue an active, productive life. www. goalsinc. net Go Out and Live Successfully, Inc. PO Box 7106 Albany, New York 12224 (561) 212-6499 Joni &Friends International Disability Center

Joni and Friends is a Christian organization for people who are affected by disability, whether it is the disabled person, a family member, or friend. Our objective is to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of this group of people in practical ways. 818-707-5664 www. joniandfriends. org The Kevin Kitchnefsky Foundation for Spinal Cord Research If you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury and need financial assistance, you should know that 30% of the money we raise is passed on to deserving individuals and organizations. You, or someone you know, could be eligible for a K Grant. www. helpkevinwalk. rg [email protected] net 109 German Hill Road Tunkhannock, PA 18657 Phone (570) 836-1240 Fax (570) 836-4584 Miami Project to Cure Paralysis/ Buoniconti Fund P. O. Box 016960 R-48 Miami, FL   33101-6960 [email protected] med. miami. edu www. themiamiproject. org Tel: 305-243-6001 800-STANDUP (782-6387) Fax: 305-243-6017 National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) U. S. Department of Education Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services 400 Maryland Ave. , S. W. Washington, DC   20202-7100 www. ed. gov/about/offices/list/osers/nidrr Tel: 202-245-7460 202-245-7316 (TTY)
National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC) 4200 Forbes Boulevard Suite 202 Lanham, MD   20706-4829 [email protected] com www. naric. com Tel: 301-459-5900/301-459-5984 (TTY) 800-346-2742 Fax: 301-562-2401 National Spinal Cord Injury Association Founded in 1948, the National Spinal Cord Injury Association is the nation’s oldest and largest civilian organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for hundreds of thousands of Americans living with the results of spinal cord injury and disease (SCI/D) and their families. www. spinalcord. org 800-962-9629 National Transplant Assistance Fund & Catastrophic Injury Program
The mission of NTAF is to help transplant and catastrophic injury patients afford critical but uninsured medically related expenses through fundraising guidance, patient support and resources, as well as financial assistance. www. catastrophicfund. org 150 Radnor Chester Road Suite F-120 Radnor, PA 19087 800-642-8399 Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) 801 18th Street, NW Washington, DC   20006-3517 [email protected] org http://www. pva. org Tel: 202-USA-1300 (872-1300) 800-424-8200 Fax: 202-785-4452 Spinal Cord Society 19051 County Highway 1 Fergus Falls, MN   56537 http://members. aol. com/scsweb Tel: 218-739-5252 or 218-739-5261
Fax: 218-739-5262 The Travis Roy Foundation The Travis Roy Foundation Established in 1997 to help spinal cord injury survivors and to fund research into a cure. www. travisroyfoundation. org Brenda Taylor Travis Roy Foundation 60 State Street, 8th Floor Boston, MA 02109 (617) 619-8257 (617) 227-0781 WYNGS Foundation Project Support for Spinal Cord Injury WYNGS is dedicated to addressing the immediate needs of people with spinal cord injury, providing emotional support, information and resources to ease financial burdens. 7900 Nelson Road Panorama City, CA   91402 Phone: (818) 267-3031 Fax (818) 267-3095 [email protected] com www. wyngs. org

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