About Us

The Disabled Children's Relief Foundation is a special Program of the Crisis Relief Network, a 501C3 non profit organization founded in 1993.


The Disabled Children’s Relief Foundation will assist children under the age of 18, and their family members, who are facing the daily struggles of living with a disability.  Our mission focuses on improving the mental, social and emotional well-being of these families while helping to minimize the struggles of having a child with a disability can cause.


Thank you for visiting the Disabled Children's Relief Foundation website. Children with disabilities, children suffering from life threatening illnesses, as well as their families, benefit from the services we offer.

The Disabled Children's Relief Foundation services are provided as a special program of the Crisis Relief Network, a non profit 501 (c)(3) organization.


This is a question we asked ourselves many times. As the Founders of the Disabled Children's Relief Foundation we know full well what this challenge entails. Our son was diagnosed with a disability and that news changed our lives. Dealing with all the physical needs for a child is only part of the challenge. The emotional toll on the child and the family can be overwhelming. The anxiety this news brings is what we help children and families cope with. We discovered a therapy approach that has brought peace to our daily family life. We continue to seek answers for the physical symptoms but with more clarity and peace.


Why We Started This Resource

For many people with disabilities and those who care for them, daily life may not be easy. Disabilities affect the entire family. Meeting the complex needs of a person with a disability can put families under a great deal of stress — emotional, financial, and sometimes even physical.

Did You Know?

Did you know that disability is one of the nation’s most important public health issues? You can help improve the health and wellness of people with disabilities by requesting that your state’s public health surveillance activities include disability as a demographic (similar to age, sex, race, etc.) and that health promotion activities include people with disabilities.
Approximately 20% of U.S. adults have a disability.

A Program of the Crisis Relief Network