Nonprofits

ANNE CARLSON CENTER FOR CHILDREN
ND HEAD START
BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD
ND HEAD START A CONNECTION (a resource directory for ND families with young children Birth-8)
CARING FOR CHILDREN PROGRAM
ND HEALTH TRACKS
CATHOLIC CHARITIES NORTH DAKOTA
ND HEALTHY STEPS/CHILDREN’S HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM
CENTER FOR RURAL HEALTH
ND INTERAGENCY PROGRAM FOR ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY
CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
ND KIDS COUNT
CYSTIC FIBROSIS ASSOCIATION OF NORTH DAKOTA
ND LOCAL HEALTH UNITS
DAKOTA CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
ND MAKE A WISH
GREAT PLAINS AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER TREATMENT PROGRAM
ND MEDICAID
HEALTHY NORTH DAKOTA
ND PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY
HOPE
ND SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
INDIAN HEALTH SERVICES
ND SPECIAL OLYMPICS
KIDS PROGRAM (EARLY INTERVENTION)
ND STATE COUNCIL FOR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
LAKES AND PRAIRIES CHILD CARE RESOURCE AND REFERRAL
ND VISION SERVICES AND SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES
ND WEB SERVER
MARCH OF DIMES
NDFAMNET
MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION NORTH DAKOTA
NORTH DAKOTA DISABILITIES ADVOCACY CONSORTIUM
ND ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS
ND PAVE – BULLYING PROJECT
ND ASSOCIATION OF THE BLIND
PEDIATRIC THERAPY PARTNERS
ND CENTER FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
PRAIRIE HARVEST
ND CHILD CARE RESOURCE AND REFERRAL
RED RIVER VALLEY SATELLITE FOR CHADD
ND CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES PROGRAM FACT SHEET
REHABILITATION CONSULTING AND SERVICES
ND CHILDREN’S SPECIAL HEALTH SERVICES
RIDING FOR DREAMS
RIDING ON ANGEL WINGS
ND CHILDREN’S SPECIAL HEALTH SERVICES LIBRARY
RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE FARGO
ND CLIENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION DENVER OFFICE
ND DEAF BLIND PROJECT
TALKING BOOK SERVICES
THE KIDS THERAPY CENTER
ND DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE
THE VILLAGE FAMILY SERVICE CENTER
ND DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
UND DIVISION OF MEDICAL GENETICS
ND EARLY HEARING DETECTION AND INTERVENTION
VSA NORTH DAKOTA
ND EARLY INTERVENTION
RED RIVER VALLEY ASPERGER-AUTISM NETWORK
HOPE THERAPY CENTER ND 

 

Jiry Rosecrans
Jiry Rosecrans, of rural Edmore, N.D., needs to receive infusions in Fargo every two weeks to treat a rare brain tumor that was diagnosed several years ago. That translates into more than five hours of road trip every two weeks for Jiry, about to turn 13, with mom Bridget driving and usually her two younger siblings, Jace, 3, and Janee, 1, along, ...
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