Oxfordfest   30 YEARS STRONG

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2017   DOWNTOWN OXFORD, AL



                       


                   Rainbow Omega                  

                   Rainbow Omega.org


Rainbow Omega, Inc. is a non-profit institution incorporated in Alabama for the purpose of providing residential care and vocational opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities. It provides care for more than sixty residents and employs more than fifty people. Its campus is located in Eastaboga, Alabama.


                        Steel Magnolias                               

                           http://www.steelmagnoliasinc.org



The mission of the Steel Magnolias Breast Cancer Support Group, Inc., is to encourage women to do self exams and get their mammograms. 

Our health is our responsibility.  We have to be our own advocates.  If you are a woman who has been diagnosed with breast cancer, Steel Magnolias is a group of women who have walked the frightening path of breast cancer. 
We are here for you.  Our newsletter and our support meetings are designed to send the message:       

       "You are beautiful! You are vital! You are loved!      You are a survivor!


                       United Cerebral Palsy     

                                  http://www.ecaucp.org

SPONSORING A CHILD FOR THE PAST 18 YRS

United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) is the leading source of information on cerebral palsy and is a pivotal advocate for the rights of persons with any disability.

As one of the largest health charities in America,the UCP mission is to advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship of people with disabilities through an affiliate network.






http://www.choosehelp.com/alabama

A non-profit organization, residents are only expected to contribute to their fair share of the running of the house expenses, and since there are generally between 8-15 people per home, these monthly payments are low enough to be affordable to anyone who can work while in recovery. Residents
must only abide by the rules of the home, but if they ever use drugs or alcohol while a resident, they are immediately evicted. Residents may stay as long as they need to, although most stay about 1 year.

 

HOSPICE              http://www.hospicenet.org/

        

Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind       http://www.aidb.org/

 

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