North Dakota Funding Sources
Autism Spectrum Assistance Program
Assists with medical travel expenses and respite services; with gas cards for out-of-town medical travel for appointments and up to eight hours per week of respite care expenses.
Cystic Fibrosis Association of North Dakota
(CFA) offers financial support for medical expenses that are not covered by insurance, and funding to improve the quality of life for people with CF and their families.
Healthcare Equipment Recycling Organization
HERO has a local storefront to help serve those in the Fargo-Moorhead area in need of medical supplies. Store Hours: Monday - Friday 9am-5pm. (701) 212-1921
North Dakota Association for the Disabled
NDAD provides direct financial assistance for personal attendant care expenses, prescription medications, out of town medical travel, home and vehicle accessibility and durable medical equipment needs.
NORTH DAKOTA SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND FOUNDATION
A grant program, designed to help meet the educational needs of students and adults with visual impairments. Ten or more grants, each one ranging from $25 up to $500
Established for the sole purpose of purchasing assistive technology devices and services like vision equipment, daily living aids, smart home devices, computer access tools, vehicle modifications, and more.
A parent to parent support program that provides emotional and informational support to new parents who receive a prenatal or at birth diagnosis.
TACA North Dakota Chapter Lifesaver Scholarship
Scholarships available for the equipment and one year of monitoring of Project Lifesaver. Eligible families should live within a reasonable distance of the East Grand Forks Police Station.
Autism Spectrum Disorder Resource Book