THE BRAVE WARRIOR PROJECT
WE'RE A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO ELIMINATING BARRIERS AND PROVIDING HOPE, SUPPORT AND STRENGTH TO FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN THAT HAVE DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS, CHRONIC HEALTH CARE NEEDS, AND CANCER IN OUR PNW SMALL TOWN COMMUNITIES.
Spending 11 years as an Oncology Nurse and having a child with special needs, our founder, Erica Moshe, quickly realized the barriers, lack of services, and support that exist for families who have children with chronic health care needs, special developmental needs and cancer in small town communities. Needing to make multiple trips to Seattle Children's Hospital and traveling all over Washington State and Oregon State to get essential therapies for her son, she made it her mission to help bring the necessary resources to our small community
102A Maple St. Cashmere, WA 98815
Areas of Service
The Brave Warrior Project offers two free Counseling Sessions per month with Christina Guerrero, MSW, LSWAIC for families that have children with developmental disabilities, Chronic Health issues, or Cancer.
We understand that professional portraits can be cost prohibitive for some folks, and for those families who are already experiencing the financial hardships of critical illness. We offer a one day event, one time per year family portrait session for families that fall within our mission. Due to the volume of photos we limit these sessions to immediate family only.
Buddy Art is a program which provides Art Activities for kids with special needs and/or physical disabilities while also pairing them up with a neurotypical developing peer. Our vision for this program is to give our children with special needs something to do outside of school and also provide a way for all of our children to socialize with one another! Art has been proven to provide a therapeutic affect on both our emotional and physical well being.
We believe parent education is so important for the family unit to maintain a healthy life. Learning how to help your child who has increased needs can be not only challenging but life limiting. The Brave Warrior Project brings in expert speakers in different areas to help educate parents.
SENSORY DAY AT THE STATION
Sensory Day at the Station is for first responders, parents, caregivers, and individuals with developmental and/or cognitive impairments. Our objective is to desensitize and prepare special needs individuals to appropriately interact with first responders in a fun and stress-free environment. It also gives first responders an opportunity to gain experience interacting with individuals affected by ASD and other disorders in a real-time environment.
Pediatric cancer support groups
Cancer support groups are designed to help people cope with all aspects of cancer diagnosis by providing a safe environment to share experiences and learn from others who are facing similar obstacles.
Use the form below to contact us requesting assistance. Please be as detailed as possible. Include the name of your child, diagnosis along with specific requests.