Arizona Burn Foundation serves approximately 600 burn survivors and their families each year. Our services are offered at no cost to the client, and our capacity to meet the needs of more burn survivors and their families is only limited by funding. Your donations make a profound difference in the lives of burn survivors.
Burn injuries leave behind physical and emotional scarring. Arizona Burn Foundation employs a comprehensive Continuum of Care Model, helping burn victims not only survive their injuries but to thrive in their quality of life following a burn injury. Our aim is to help burn survivors reclaim their dignity and identity, so they are no longer defined by their injury.
For information about programs, please contact us at [email protected]org and review the Event Calendar for upcoming activities.
Arizona Burn Foundation serves families in hospital settings through lodging assistance, food vouchers, transportation assistance, and emotional support. Our Forever Courage Hospitality Program staff works in coordination with the Arizona Burn Center in Phoenix and Banner University Medical Center in Tucson to offer social work support and emergency financial assistance to patients and their families
Recovery Care begins once a burn survivor is discharged from the hospital. Our experienced program staff assess the needs of burn survivors and their families to create an appropriate care plan. Click the link below to learn about our Recovery Care Programs.
ABF’s ultimate goal is to help provide the emotional support needed for a burn survivor and their family to thrive. In this stage of the Continuum of Care Model, ABF offers social gatherings where organic peer-to-peer support can take place. A burn injury affects the entire family; while Camp Courage offers that peer-to-peer support for young burn survivors, these social gatherings create opportunities for parents-to-connect-with-parents, and siblings-with-siblings. In addition, ABF offers scholarships through the MacDonald Woods Scholarship Program for post-secondary education. ABF is committed to building leaders in the community for providing burn and fire prevention education through Milo and Moxie: Smart Safety Rangers and also through our Smoke Alarm Installation Walks.