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The vision behind Camp Corral is one where kids, ages 8 to 15, are free to be kids, far away from the day-to-day challenges they face as children of military service members. The reality of a parent being deployed away from home for over a year is the norm for all children from military families. And for 75 percent of Camp Corral’s campers, a parent coming back injured, disabled or never coming back is their reality. Providing positive, recreational experiences in the outdoors helps foster r...
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Phone:855-605-1267
Address:5151 Glenwood Ave  Raleigh, NC 27612
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Camp Dream strives to nurture each child and provide the richest camping experience possible for each individual camper.  Our programs are developed to achieve a balance between structure and spontaneity, provide for varied physical and emotional need and interests fo campers, and ensure their safety and well-being. Camp Dream is a place where special needs children throughout Georgia regardless of their physical and/or mental condition can enjoy summer camp and recreational activ...
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Phone:404-931-2027
Address:4355 Cobb Parkway Suite J117 Atlanta , GA 30339
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HEROES AT SEA - Thanksgiving Week 2014   Camp Hometown Heroes is specifically designed to provide the children of fallen U.S. service members ages 7-17 with opportunities for friendship, fun, acceptance, and personal growth. Through the support of pediatric grief specialists the children and teenagers are provided the chance to grieve and heal. At long last, children of the fallen are given the chance to grow and heal together.
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Phone:262-377-6500 ext 843
Address:995 Badger Cr  Grafton, WI 53024
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NORTH MYRTLE BEACH AREA: (or within one hour driving distance)    Canine Angels is a nonprofit dedicated to serving disabled veterans and first responders in the coastal Carolina region. We rescue dogs from shelters and train them to become certified service dogs to assist those to whom we owe our freedom and safety.  Our Angels perform tasks to mitigate physical challenges and ease psychological suffering to help veterans resume meaningful lives. 
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Phone:917-575-6235
Address:2837 Loblolly Ave  Little River, SC 29566
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Canine Companions for Independence is recognized by the VA as an accredited assistance dog provider. Canine Companions and the VA want to help injured veterans understand the benefits an assistance dog might be able to provide them.   We train 4 types of assistance dogs: Service Dogs, Facility Dogs, Skilled Companions; Hearing Dogs.   However, Canine Companions does not train or place dogs for the following; to do guide work for the blind, to do seizure or diabetic alert/response, to...
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Phone:800-572-2275
Address:PO Box 446  Santa Rosa, CA 95401-0446
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This helpful and informative booklet serves family caregivers
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Phone:301-718-8444
Address:4720 Montgomery Lane 2nd Floor Bethesda, MD USA
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Career One Stop, provides useful help for transitioning military training and service into marketable skills for civilian employment. 
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Phone:202-693-4700
Address: 200 Constitution Avenue NW  Washington, DC 21210
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Caregiver Resource Directory was designed to provide information in a manner that enables you to quickly identify many of the available resources that address your particular needs and requirements. In addition, this directory serves as another tangible demonstration from a grateful nation that you are not in this alone! Whatever particular challenges you are facing, or whatever specific help you need, we hope this directory can help.
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Phone: 855-260-3274
Address:200 Stovall Street Room 11N01 Alexandria, VA 22332
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Comprehensive site that covers various aspects of a caregiver's emotions and particular needs. While not military specific, the links that are listed offer great information on care giving. Many times the caregiver is a member of the family, and offering the intense care and support that is needed by an ill loved one creates a large amount of stress for the caregiver. If you are a caregiver for a loved one, it's important to recognize the signs of stress and burnout and to seek help before feel...
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AARP has a wealth of information easily accessed and available to non-members. Caregiving Guides as well as forms and assistance for veterans information can be obtained through the site. 
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Address:3200 East Carson Street  Lakewood, CA 
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4900 S Lancaster  Dallas TX  75216  469-289-3067