The Charles F. Fischer Society for Crippled Children was founded in 1980 for the purpose of assisting in the maintenance and care of handicapped or medically needy children (ages up to 21 years) who are residents of Clinton County. The Society provides financial resources to assist in meeting the medical, dental, optical, or mental health needs of such children.
These services may include: prescription assistance, transportation assistance, dental/orthodontia assistance, summer speech program, medical bills and etc.
To request help for these purposes, call the Nursing Department at 937-382-7221 opt. 3.
County agencies that serve children may request grants from the Charles F. Fischer Society for Crippled Children by submitting a request in writing. Application is available here: Charlie Fischer Application for agencies
Requests for assistance for individual children may be made by a parent, guardian, health care provider, or agency on behalf of the needy child. Application is available here: Charlie Fischer Society individual application