Mission: The Alphabet House came together in 1993, when a group of medical professionals and parents in the State of Oregon came together to provide early intervention services for medically fragile, developmentally delayed and medically indigent infants who were falling through the health care cracks.The family is an important part of the team. Our focus is to provide treatment and education necessary to accomplish maximum functioning. The belief is that with the proper training and support infants can remain at home with their families, where they belong. Respite care and a 24 hour resource number are an important part of our program. Our funding has come through HCS, State of Oregon,, City of Salem, CDBG's, Tax Increment Financing, The Oregon Trust,various third party payers, fundraising and private donations. We are a 501(c)(3).
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