GET HELP FROM THE FOUNDATION
At the Nolan Robison Foundation we want to make the process for getting help as easy as possible for the families. So if you are looking for the Foundation’s help in paying for the cost of therapeutic care for a child, please follow the steps below.
REQUEST HELP FROM THE FOUNDATION
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Obtain documentation from a Provider that notes a diagnosis of depression, anxiety, or attention deficit disorder for the child.
Nolan Robison Foundation
P.O. Box 5961
Timonium, MD. 21094
Maximum dollar amount funded
Maximum number of children that the Foundation can fund
Maximum number of children funded per Provider
Maximum number of children eligible for funding per household*
Children covered by Medical Assistance are not eligible for funding in 2021 as they have resources available to them at no cost.
*Current families with 3 or more children being funded are grandfathered in for 2021
We realize that ultimately it is the family’s decision to select the provider for care for their child. These are hard decisions; it can be difficult to find the correct match for the child. We encourage each family to find the most suitable provider for their child.
To assist families, below are a few of the providers who have supported past NRF families. Families are not required to select a specific provider. The Nolan Robison Foundation does not represent, validate or insure mental health services delivered by any providers.
The Resource Group
Jennifer Brown, LCSW-C & Associates, LLC.
Simply Positive Coaching
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