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Organization Information CFC Code: 50849

HEROES Care, Inc.

(aka) H E R O E S Care Inc

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330 Sun Valley Circle Fenton , MO  63026 Phone 888-799-4376
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A chance to give back to those who have given so much...

Help us reach more military and veteran families in need of our holistic system of support and raise awareness among those who are willing to help.

Visit www.heroescare.org/about/heroes-care/ to learn more.

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We assist military families before, during and after deployment in the communities where they live with material, financial, and emotional support through specially trained caregivers.

Real Life

EMERGENCY SUPPORT: A military member registered for family support. We contacted Give an Hour to recruit and train a mental health care professional in that community to be on standby in case of need. After the military member returned from deployment, he called our direct line. It was evident he was contemplating suicide. Within 18 minutes he was on the phone with his assigned mental healthcare provider. A tragedy was averted. LONG TERM SUPPORT: A pilot lost his position with a major airline. Shortly thereafter, his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer. He joined the reserves in order to obtain medical benefits. A caregiver was assigned to the family who was a breast cancer survivor. After a few weeks of phone contacts, the caregiver was invited into the home. She came to learn that shortly before her husband lost his position with the airline, the couple had purchased a 'fixer upper' house in need of significant repairs. The caregiver arranged for volunteer tradesmen to make repairs and in two weekends the house was completely refurbished. One of the tradesmen was also a Boy Scout leader with a troop in need of a service project. The grass was cut, the leaves were raked, and snow was removed during the entire deployment by the scout troop. The wife was required to travel over 100 miles each way for her cancer treatments. The caregiver arranged for volunteers to drive her to and from her weekly appointments. The caregiver arranged for women to prepare nutritionally appropriate meals and every two days these volunteers would have dinner with her and leave additional prepared meals, encouraging her to eat properly, and important part of her treatmen