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As bad as it was, I learned something about myself. That I could go through something like that and survive

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The Parc Foundation is a non-profit foundation organized for charitable, educational, scientific and religious purposes for the benefit of children with mental health issues.  It was created in 2017 to help families afford the proper treatment and support in raising young boys and girls who have been diagnosed with mental health issues.  Particularly, kids living with ADHD, ODD and Bi-Polar disorders.

Original Article
Written by Kimberly Holland and Elsbeth Riley | Illustrations by Tony Bueno
Medically Reviewed by George T. Krucik, MD, MBA on September 4, 2014

5 Fast Facts

  • Males are almost three times more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD than females.
  • During their lifetimes, 9 percent of men will be diagnosed with the attention disorder.  Just 4.9 percent of women will be diagnosed.
  • The average age of ADHD diagnosis is 7 years old.
  • Symptoms of ADHD typically first appear between the ages of 3 and 6.ADHD isn’t just a childhood disorder.
  • Today, about 4 percent of American adults over the age of 18 deal with ADHD on a daily basis.



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The Mission

The Parc Foundation’s Mission is to provide fast, less-restrictive financial aid support for parents (and organizations assisting parents) of children aged 5-17 that are diagnosed with mental health issues, particularly ADHD, ODD and Bi-Polar disorders. It is our goal to ease the financial burden for parents.

The Application

To process your application and to be considered, all information requested must be included in legible clear print.  Photocopies of the following documents are required for every member of your household.  Your application will not be reviewed until this documentation is submitted as requested. 


The Parc Foundation is dedicated to financial aid support but for other options concerning the best approach to be taken by your family, we urge you to seek guidance from a licensed Psychologist and/or Psychiatrist. We have provided some organization’s websites and information as another tool to aid you in this journey.

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