Western Community Health Resources Receives Grant Funding


The Panhandle Partnership Lifespan Respite Program operated by Western Community Health Resources recently received funding from the Snow Redfern Foundation to assist families caring for children with special needs in the Panhandle.

The funds will be used to pay for the children to participate in activities at approved Community Organizations or with an approved individual provider. These funds support families who are not eligible through traditional respite resources. If you are caring for
a child who has any type of special need (medical, developmental delay, behavioral, etc.) please contact us for information on respite.

Funds are also used for quarterly socialization activities for children with special needs and their siblings. Our next activity is December 3rd in Scottsbluff. If your children would like to
participate, please call (308) 432-8190 or email respite@wchr.net.