Wisconsin Funding Sources
Offers financial and emotional support to each individual child and family with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) with compassionate guidance, and delivery of therapies or services of that family’s choice.
Angel Flight Central
Dedicated to arranging free non-emergency long distance air transportation for children and adults in situations of compelling human need.
Autism Support Fund of MercyHealth
Makes financial resources available to families in Rock and Walworth Counties for such medical necessities as: Social skills classes, Sensory equipment, Safety equipment, Respite care, Therapeutic materials. All families in Rock and Walworth counties with children between the ages of 2 and 21 with an autism.
Bridge the Gap
Bridge the Gap is a resource for families waiting for State funding, implementing uncovered treatment protocols or in immediate crisis directly related to an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Shawano County Residents will be given first consideration for available funds.
Byron Riesch Paralysis Foundation
The BRPF works within the paralysis community providing charitable grants to help make life easier for people suffering from paralysis. Equally important, the BRPF provides scholarships to individuals suffering from paralysis or families with a parent dealing with a neurological disorder.
Friends of Autism Grant Program
FOAGP is designed to support families of children and adults with autism or autism spectrum disorder by providing funding assistance for extraordinary expenses resulting from, or attributable to, autism. Financial needs associated with the safety and well-being of children with autism and proven effective treatments for autism spectrum disorder receive special emphasis in the FOAGP
Kiwanis Autism Signature Project
Providing iPads and funding for children with autism of families in Wisconsin-Upper Michigan Kiwanis District.
FREE transportation for such medical needs as on-going medical treatments, diagnosis and follow-up care.
Midwest Council for Children with Disabilities
MCCD provides families of disabled children the means to pursue medical treatments and therapies not covered by health insurance. Local Wisconsin office 920-207-4561
Help people obtain medical assistance that is unavailable to them in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and northeast Wisconsin.
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