The EAWCP does not have a specific program to help with bill payment. However, we generally point people to the resources below. Please contact us for help accessing resources in your area.
PA Department of Public Welfare lists all resources in its database by topic,
county, region, etc. to better search in rural communities.
Social worker or medical professional must refer. Covers PA, NJ, DE. Helps with
bills and unexpected expenses.
Lists a wide variety of resources available to parents in Allegheny County
including early intervention, support, school information, transition, medical
care, and more.
Provides four basic types of grants to help encourage self-sufficiency of
low-income individuals. Can help with rent, bills, auto repair, medical
emergency, and other unexpected expenses.
Lists government and non-government programs to help with various bills and
financial assistance listed by program and then by county
Ohio residents first. Up to $1000 in two year span.
Grant request must align with the organization’s mission and must help the
child live a normal childhood.
Lists education resources, advocates, support, therapy, etc. in PA.
Provides up to $1,000 to an individual with autism and their family during a
time of crisis or unplanned hardship.
Website tells you how to apply for grants and if you meet criteria and
qualifications for different funding sources.
Tons of grant options around the country.
Lots of opportunities for grants for children with special needs.
Provides funding for medical expenses not covered by insurance.
Covers sleep monitors, travel expenses, durable medical goods, communication
devices (iPads), supplemental items like helmets, cooling vests, etc.
Provides up to $500 worth of equipment. Purchase item directly, money does not
go to family. Online application only.
Covers medical equipment, therapy devices, adaptive toys, and/or services for
individuals with developmental disabilities.
Financially supports families struggling with hardships due to the medical costs
involved with a child living with Dravet.
Covers: treatment, equipment, assistive technology, displacement, vehicle
Based in Colorado. Provides assistance for mobility equipment, medical equipment
and procedures, hearing aids, short term care, basic needs like clothing, and
more. Must have an organization apply for you.
Assistance through purchase of a specific item(s).
Covers Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, other therapies, equipment, and respite care.
Covers prescription medication, medical services, service dogs, monitors,
transportation, and more.
Provides assistance for adaptive equipment and various therapies.
Helps with bills, athletic opportunities, medical needs, and an opportunity that
the child may not otherwise have.
Located in Georgia. Helps to cover the cost of some medical bills. Should be
contacted via phone or through their website.
Provides funding for medical equipment not covered by insurance like braces,
therapy tricycles, shower chairs, etc.