Second Wind Transplant Seco Association Of St Louis Aka Second Wind Lung Transplant Of St. Louis Missouri
Rating: 5 stars 8 8 reviews
Civil Rights, Disabilities, Philanthropy, Cancer
3440 Halliday Ave St. Louis MO 63118 USA
Second Wind, founded in April of 1995, provides lung transplant patients and their families with information, support, education and guidance through: a Patient Assistance Program; a Toll-Free Help Line (1-888-855-9463); a Monthly E-newsletter; a Mentoring Program; Assistance with Relocation to St. Louis for Transplant; Social and Support Networking; Second Sunday Socials and Support Group Meetings; Donor Awareness and Educational Activities. With out Second Wind and the wonderful programs they provide, many transplant patients would have continued to feel isolated and uncertain about what to do.
The programs of Second Wind Lung Transplant Association of St. Louis include a toll-free help and information line, support group, mentoring program, Sunday Socials, web site, assistance fund, lung walk, patient information packets, pewter angels project, and a quilt project, for lung transplant patients and their families at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children's Hospitals both of St. Louis, Missouri.
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Secnd Wind Transplant is one of my favorite charities. It provides absolutely necessary material support for persons waiting for lung transplants. The waiting period can be long and it is often necessary for transplant candidates to pick up stakes and move near the transplant center so as to be available when and if the call comes. I know of people living in Winnebagos on the parking lot of the transplant center here.. Not surprisingly, these hopeful yet very ill people need support that is simply not available to them through conventional public support systems. Second Wind receives applications for help, discerns and discusses work-around solutions and if necessary, provides cash. It has no overhead. All of its work is done by volunteers. Every dollar I give Second Wind I know goes to people who are really in need and whose urgent needs would not otherwise be met.
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