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support groups

The Dayton Children's Craniofacial Support Group helps our craniofacial patient families bond and network by sharing information, photos, ideas, concerns and knowledge about their experiences with each other. This private support group also provides the opportunity to talk about amenities at Dayton Children's, the Ronald McDonald House or surrounding places when visiting. Families affected by any craniofacial occurrence are encouraged to join and participate in this safe place.

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patient and family ambassadors

Learn firsthand experience from our patient and family ambassadors. To connect with a patient family, please call 937-641-4755 or email us.

 

travel resources

Overnight accommodations

Angel Flight West
www.angelflightwest.org
1-888-426-2643

Arranges free, non-emergency air travel for children with serious medical conditions and other compelling needs. Aircraft, piloting, and all flying costs are donated to help families, so they can receive treatment they may not otherwise be able to receive.

Air Care Alliance

http://www.aircarealliance.org/submit-request-for-assistance

More than sixty groups have volunteer pilots who will fly patients for care or provide other flights or aviation services to help those in need or serve our communities. If you are seeking free air transportation or aviation services you can send an inquiry to each appropriate organization in one easy step by providing Air Care Alliance the necessary information about your transportation needs.

Children’s Craniofacial Association (CCA)
www.ccakids.com/financial-assistance.html
1-800-535-3643 or areeves@ccakids.com

CCA has a financial assistance program that helps with food, travel and/or lodging. Please apply at least 4 to 6 weeks before your next appointment. FACES: The National Craniofacial Association 1-800-332-2373 or faces@faces-cranio.org Provides financial support for non-medical expenses to patients traveling to a craniofacial center for treatment. Eligibility is based on financial and medical need.

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Our craniofacial patient specialist is here to make your experience exceptional. From a first-time visit to post-surgery questions or a second opinion, she can assist your family with any health care needs. Call 937-641-4755 or email using the button below.

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