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Things to Consider

Here is word document that has a generic list of things that you are likely to face in the next few days.  Please take a few minutes to read through it to see if any of the items can help you. Things to Consider
Some counties in Texas offer burial assistance when the family cannot pay for a burial. This service is provided only when there are absolutely no other resources from the estate of the deceased or from family members. This program provides a simple burial (graveside service) or cremation through participating county-approved funeral...
You may qualify for free legal help if you live in Dallas County. For more information, visit http://dallasvolunteerattorneyprogram.org/ or call 214-243-2236.
Consider donating your loved one’s body to research. This ultimate gift will allow them to continue important scientific research that can assist professionals in the field in crime scene and criminal investigation. Each person who participates contributes substantially to the education of future doctors and to medical research. Learn more about...
Your best friend or family member is in pain and you aren’t sure what to say.  Use this guide to help you with some examples of things to say in this difficult time.  It is important to understand there is nothing you can say at this moment to take away...
This organization will provide remembrance photography to parents suffering the loss of a baby by giving a free gift of professional portraiture. Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep  
This Brochure and flyer can be handed out by our villagers to any organization that might need to know about Carson’s Village.
The following information was copied from the Southwest Transplant Alliance website (organ.org) from their “How Donation Works” and “Donation Facts” webpages. How Donation Works http://organ.org/how-donation-works/ Southwest Transplant Alliance (STA) maintains an agreement to act as the organ recovery agency with hospitals in their designated service areas. They work with 11 hospital...
Crime doesn’t pay, but in Texas, criminals do. Texas courts collect court costs from convicted offenders for the Crime Victims’ Compensation Fund. If you are a victim of violent crime, you may be eligible for benefits. https://texasattorneygeneral.gov/cvs/crime-victims-compensation http://victimsofcrime.org/ https://www.trynova.org/help-for-crime-victims/ https://www.madd.org/get-help/victim-assistance/
Communications should start with immediate family members and close friends. The family can determine how they need to facilitate this communication. Once immediate family, friends and clergy have been notified, then extended friends and family should be notified. Once the word gets out, people may start coming by the house...
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