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HILDREN’S RESPITE CARE CENTER

CRCC provides comprehensive care and family services and support to medically fragile, developmentally delayed, physically challenged and mental health/behaviorally diagnosed children and their families.

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OR FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN who have medical or cognitive challenges, it can seem like all hope is gone and there’s only struggle ahead.

GIVING OPPORTUNITIES: • Individual Gifts • Corporate Gifts & Sponsorships • Event Sponsorships • Program Expansion • Capital Improvements • Adaptive/Specialized Equipment • Computer Labs • Specialized Training • Patient Assistance Fund

CRCC is a one-of-a-kind place right here in Omaha that offers joy, hope and health to these families every day. We provide a range of services and level of care that is truly unparalleled, including day services with nurses for medical support, therapies and rehabilitation services, and behavioral health services. All of these things can be coordinated in our facility so parents can spend more time with their children when they’re at home. CRCC is a team of uniquely skilled people who deliver comprehensive and compassionate services that help children with complex needs be all they can be … and give their parents real hope for the future. Since 1990 CRCC has served thousands of children and families in our community with special needs. In the past year, the organization served over 500 children in its various programs.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: • Visit a CRCC location for a one-hour tour that explains our mission and purpose • Work an event or activity • Help us with birthday parties • Adopt a classroom • Volunteer during the annual holiday party • Volunteer at signature events • Donate points from AmazonSmile • Volunteer in the classroom as a “Foster Grandparent”

CRCC (CHILDREN’S RESPITE CARE CENTER) CRCC Southwest • 5321 S 138th St. • Omaha, NE 68137 Phone (402) 895-4000 www.crccomaha.org CEO: Anne Constantino Board President: Eric Wells To volunteer or to donate contact: Sarah Tselentis, Director of Development stselentis@crccomaha.org • (402) 895-4000

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WISH LIST: • Tumble form-adapted chairs $299-$600 • Switch-adapted toys $20-$125 • Nursing supplies $150/Month • Classroom curriculum $150-$400/classroom

THE GIVING GUIDE

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