In October 2009 the LCCF staff, Board of Directors and special guests visited the (CRIT) Centro de Rehabilitación Integral Teletón in México City. They were welcomed by children with disabilities that are current patients at the CRIT, had a tour of the facilities and a luncheon with Teletón founder, Fernando Landeros and his staff.
The Teletón (telethon in English) benefitting CRIT has been a yearly event in Mexico since 1997. Funds collected are used to fund rehabilitation centers for children with different disabilities. The stated mission of the telethon is "to provide knowledge about physical disabilities, giving a strong message about respect, equality and support to people in these conditions".
Proceeds from the Teletón have allowed the construction of thirteen CRITs throughout Mexico. The locations of the CRITs are chosen on a geographical basis, so that every region has at least one, although the goal is to build one in every state. During the visit a tentative agreement was negotiated between LCCF and CRIT to build a new CRIT in the southern Baja.