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Camps We Care Foundation  
  Week long residential camping program at no expense for: Children ages 6-16 with cancer and related blood forming disease s (hemophilia, sickle cell and HIV/AIDS). Siblings as space allows (ages 6-11).
Respite Care Respite Resource Center  
  The Respite Resource Center (RRC) is a non-profit, state-funded agency that is one of six sites throughout Nebraska that are part of the Nebraska Respite Network. The Respite Resource Center gathers and coordinates information on paid and volunteer respite services available to caregivers as well as information on professional or donated services. ...
Support - Survivors Nebraska Medical Center  
  Cancer Survivorship Group - Education and support group focused on survivorship issues for people with a cancer history, their family, friends, and/or health care professionals.
Bereavement and Grief Services Nebraska Medical Center  
  Nebraska Medical Center offers a grief support group for adults who have lost a loved once. Call for more information.
Wish Fulfillment Memories of Love Foundation  
  Memories of Love is a non-profit foundation that provides the gift of a 5 night/6 day vacation in Orlando, Florida to critically ill adults and their immediate families. To receive a Wish Respite, the physician, provider or care organization identifies a parent who has a life-threatening illness. The program is only open to first time Memories ...
Respite Care Lifespan Respite Services Program  
  The Lifespan Respite Subsidy Program offers money to help families with loved ones who have special needs (from birth through death) to pay for respite care. Families choose their own providers, decide how much to pay per hour or per day, and set their own schedules. This program can help only those families who do not receive respite services ...
Support - Leukemia Leukemia and Lymphoma Society  
  The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society offers groups at several locations for patients and family members who have been touched by a blood cancer such as leukemia, Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, myeloma and myelodysplastic syndromes. Call for more information.
Bereavement and Grief Services Leukemia and Lymphoma Society  
  The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's six session bereavement education and support group takes place annually, in the fall. It is open to anyone who is struggling with grief. Pre-registration required.
Wish Fulfillment Kippenberg Creek Kids  
  WISH FULFILLMENT - Provides camping experiences, hunting and fishing trips, snowmobile outings, skiing and other activities for terminally ill and handicap children for a week or weekend filled with fun and respite. Hunting experiences include deer, turkey, grouse, rabbit and bear. They also have places in Alaska and Montana for their experiences ...
Bereavement and Grief Services John A Gentleman Mortuary  
  John A Gentleman Mortuary offers peer groups that provide support and education for healing and rebuilding at a time of loss. Learn strategies to meet the challenges of grief. The presence of those who are walking a similar path can bring comfort, joy and a source of new friendships.



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