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|Information and Referral Services||Nebraska Food Bank Network, Inc|
Will refer to the closest food pantry. They are a repository for food from Feeding America, a national food bank. As a member of Feeding America, they channel donated food products to area soup kitchens, pantries, senior and child care centers, and other non-profit food programs.
|Information and Referral Services||Nebraska Medical Center|
|Patients who need assistance in locating emotional support, financial assistance, transportation or other cancer-related needs can call the Nebraska Medical Center's Cancer Help Line for assistance.
|National Resource||211 Program - United Way|
|The 2-1-1 United Way Program allows for one easy-to-remember telephone number, 211, that connects people with important community services and volunteer opportunities, where available. Each community's 2-1-1 is individually run and each maintains its own databases of community resources. However, while specific services vary from community to ...|
|National Resource||A-T Children's Project (Ataxia Telangiectasia Children's Project)|
|The A-T Children's Project is a national nonprofit group focused on finding a cure for Ataxia Telangiectasia, a lethal genetic disease that attacks children, causing progressive loss of muscle control, cancer and immune system problems. A-T Children's Project provides information on: • Ataxia telangiectasia (pamphlets available in Spanish; ...|
AABB sets standards, inspects, and accredits blood collection and transfusion facilities, and provides continuing education through programs and newsletters.
The AABB Web site includes:
• Blood bank locator
• General information on blood, blood donation, cellular therapies and transfusions
• A list of publications, audio tapes, and video ...
|AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization aiming that helps people age 50+ have independence, choice and control in ways that are beneficial and affordable to them and society as a whole.
AARP provides information on a variety of topics (specific to people age 50 and older) that include:
• Health and wellness
• Legislation and ...
|National Resource||Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics|
|The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is the world's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals. The Academy serves the public by promoting nutrition, health, and well-being. Academy services via the Web site: • Information: Healthy Weight, Food & Nutrition Topics, Diseases, Allergies & Health Conditions, Children's Health, ...|
|National Resource||Acoustic Neuroma Association (ANA)|
|The Acoustic Neuroma Association (ANA) provides information and support to patients who have been diagnosed with or experienced an acoustic neuroma or other benign problems affecting the cranial nerves of the brain. ANA also gives information on patient rehabilitation to physicians and health care personnel, promotes research on acoustic neuroma, ...|
|National Resource||Action for Healthy Kids|
Action for Healthy Kids is a national nonprofit organization that addresses the epidemic of overweight, sedentary and undernourished youth by focusing on changes in schools. With the support of nearly 60 national organizations (including American Cancer Society), Action for Healthy Kids’ grassroots network of volunteer Teams engages diverse ...
|National Resource||Active for Life|
|Active for Life Online is a flexible program offered by the American Cancer Society that encourages employees to be more physically active on a regular basis. It is a 10-week program that uses individual and group strategies. Active for Life can help employees stay healthy, be more productive, and improve individual job performance. Active for ...|
Resources with are provided by the American Cancer Society.