If you can narrow this down to a number of stars that makes the project manageable, you can make your own 3D map. It's easy. First, find the X,Y,Z galactic coordinates. X is the distance of the star from the sun in the direction of the galactic center. Y is its distance from the sun in the galactic plane perpendicular to the X axis in direction of the sun's orbit. Z is the height (relative to the sun) above the galactic plane. The galactic plane is somewhat arbitrary, but can be taken as about 70 light years "south" of the sun.
Now build your model. I used a large square foam board, stiff wire and small spherical foam balls (from Michael's). You could upgrade this easily. Plot your X and Y axis on the foam board. The Z measurement would be the length you cut of the stiff wire. Z=0 does not have to be on the board since some stars will be "south" of the sun. Of course, you would want to have to have the same scale for each axis (ie. 1 inch = 10 light years).
You could determine the distance fairly accurately mathematically given the X,Y,Z coordinates. However, if accuracy is not important, just measure the distance from the sun to the star with a ruler and use the scale. (If Z=0 is not on the board you would have to use a foam ball for the sun, too.)