ALL ABOUT CHILDREN`S ROADS TO RECOVERY, INC.
The goal of Children`s Roads To Recovery is to provide transportation, lodging and funding for related expenses incurred when critically ill patients have to travel to receive medical treatment at a hospital in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D. C.. Medical insurance does not provide travel benefits. Due to the unexpected and enormous expenses that arise, choices have to be made that separate family members for long periods of time. Hospitalization can be lengthy, lasting for months, and sometimes years. With the support of Children`s Roads To Recovery, families will be able to take their child where needed to receive potentially life saving treatments, and stay together at a time when the love and support of a unified family is essential.
With corporate support and the support of concerned individuals, Children`s Roads To Recovery has been able to secure long term commitments for hotel arrangements, meal programs, air & ground transportation, and financial pledges. Special events for fund raising are also an integral part of the financial base needed to manage the operations of this program.
Children`s Roads to Recovery believes that every child deserves the chance for a healthy and happy future. Since we were founded in 1991 we have granted assistance to over 460 children, from twenty-one states. These family benefits totaled over $300,000.00. This is quite an accomplishment for a small, all-volunteer organization such as ours!
Our goal is to provide needed services to as many children as financially possible. Please give us your support! Together we can help a critically ill child along the road to recovery.
(Dedicated to helping critically ill children)
2113 ROCKHAVEN AVENUE
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 21228
TEL.: 410-750-1300, FAX.: 410-750-1301
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Website Created, January 2001