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Maryland Department Of Health And Mental Hygiene

Children And Youth With Special Health Care Needs

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Canines for Kids
An organization that helps families decide if an assistance dog is right for them and helps find one for the family.
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255 Park Ave, Suite 601 , Worcester, MA, 01542

Fidos For Freedom
Provides trained Service Dogs or Hearing Dogs to people who are physically challenged, deaf or hard-of-hearing, including on-going support services and training. And to increase the quality of life for people living in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan community through the use of hearing dogs, service dogs and therapy dogs.
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1200 Sandy Spring Road, Laurel, MD, 20707

Paws for People
A non-profit organization committed to providing therapeutic visits to any person in the community who would benefit from interaction with a well-trained, loving pet. Program located in Cecil county and Delaware.
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Canine Companions for Independence
Canine Companions for Independence (CCI) is a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships.
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286 Middle Island Rd, Medford, NY, 11763

Autism Service Dogs of America
Provider of service dogs for children with autism throughout the United States, Autism Service Dogs of America is a non-profit, community based organization. In 2002, Priscilla Taylor, founder and director, incorporated her love of dogs and her background as a special education in raising and training agency to serve the needs of children.
20340 SW Boones Ferry Road, Tualatin, OR, 97062

Canine Partners for Life
The mission of Canine Partners for Life is to increase the independence and quality of life of individuals with physical, developmental, and cognitive disabilities or who are in other situations of need. We achieve our mission by providing and sustaining professionally trained service and companion dogs. CPL’s primary efforts will be focused on an area within a 250 mile radius of Cochranville, Pennsylvania,
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Karma Dogs
Karma Dogs are primarily rescued dogs who have been given a second chance and now, with the help of their owners, help others by saving dogs and serving people. We are a small non profit that uses therapy dogs to help children with emotional, physical or educational goals exceed those goals. We do not work one on one with children. We work at libraries, schools and community centers.

Taking the Lead
Offering 80 acres of opportunities to experience how trained animals can develop skills in individuals of all abilities to cultivate success, community & vocational involvement, and a neighborhood of togetherness.
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21000 Slab Bridge Rd, Freeland, MD, 21053

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