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Snappin' Ministries: A Special Needs Parent Network

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In 2002, the Dittrich family sought to connect with other parents who were facing the trials of raising a child with special needs. Having a two-year-old son with severe hemophilia, they found incredible support in the secular world, but craved a more faith-based approach to coping with the challenges of daily living.

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After seeking out another couple who had a more visibly disabled son, it quickly became apparent to the Dittrichs that God was not calling others, but THEM to serve this community. The original meeting, a potluck with six couples, began at their home and then moved to regular meetings at Crosspoint Community Church in Oconomowoc, WI.

Snappin' Ministries was incorporated outside the church October 23, 2007, receiving full 501(c)(3) non-profit status January 29, 2009. Besides serving families locally, the organization seeks to establish this outreach in churches and communities nationwide. At Snappin' Ministries, our mission is to provide compassion, support, help and resources for the parents of children with special needs.