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The Parent Information Center (PIC)

(603) 224-7005 | V/TDD (800) 947-7005 (N.H. only)

The Parent Information Center (PIC) is a recognized leader in building strong family/school partnerships. PIC provides information, support, and educational programs for parents, family members, educators, and the community. PIC is a pioneer in promoting effective parent involvement in the special education process.

New Hampshire Family Voices

(800) 852-3345 X 4525/(603) 271-4525

New Hampshire Family Voices provides free, confidential services to families and professionals caring for children with chronic conditions and / or disabilities. We empower and inform families and professionals to feel confident when making choices for children and youth in their care.

Parents Encouraging Parents (PEP)


Nevada's statewide parent information and training center for families who have children with disabilities. It offers information and referral, a lending library, quarterly newsletter, conflict resolution support, training workshops, advocacy and mentor support, and individual assistance.

The Ollie Webb Center


The Ollie Webb Center’s mission is to enrich the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families through support, programs and advocacy; Offering a lifetime of support and assistance, from diagnosis to education and beyond.

Voices For Children


Support and programs for all ages across Tennessee, with major offices in Memphis, Nashville, and Knoxville.

Department Of Mental Health

Provides a directory of local resources in Vermont

Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services


State and federal programs that provide a continuum of services from birth through life for Alabama residents with disabilities.

The Arc of Morgan County

(256) 355-6192

Offers direct programs for families and individuals affected by developmental disabilities while also providing direction on where specific services may be found.

K-9s 4 Kids

(334) 395-4489

Trains service dogs before awarding them to children with disabilities and special needs.

BrightStar of Birmingham,

(205) 868-2996

Trained care professionals who specialize in administering in-home pediatric care and can provide comprehensive case management and support for children with disabilities and special needs.

APEC - Alabama Parent Education Center

(334) 567-2252/(866) 532-7660

Special Families Project: We provide prevention services to parents of children with disabilities to assist them in parenting their children. We help parents connect with other families and community resources, thereby reducing parental stress and isolation.

TACA - Talk About Curing Autism

A national non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to educating, empowering and supporting families affected by autism. For families who have just received the autism diagnosis, TACA aims to speed up the cycle time from the autism diagnosis to effective treatments. TACA helps to strengthen the autism community by connecting families and the professionals who can help them, allowing them to share stories and information to help improve the quality of life for people with autism.

The Arc of Anchorage


The Arc of Anchorage helps Alaskans who experience intellectual and developmental disabilities or mental illness achieve lives of dignity and independence as valued members of our community. We offer a full array of services that cover the lifespan of the people we serve. In consultation with our staff, families choose the services that best meet their needs.

Stone Soup Group (SSG)

(907) 561-3701
Toll Free: (877) 786-7327

The SSG is a statewide 501(c)3 non-profit that provides information, support, training and resources to assist families caring for children with special needs. SSG is staffed almost entirely by parents or family members of a child with special needs, so they know the journey and are better able to help other families navigate through what is often an overwhelming and confusing process following a diagnosis or, at times of transition later down the road.

Equine Assisted Therapy Alaska

1-907-566-TROT (8768)

Equine Assisted Therapy Alaska is dedicated to improving the health and quality of life for children and adults who are living with physical, emotional and cognitive disabilities. Our goal is to provide these individuals an opportunity for emotional and physical growth through horsemanship.



Reach has information, referrals, supports and services for children, adults, and families experiencing developmental delay or disabilities in northern Southeast Alaska headquarters in Juneau, an office in Haines, and staff in Petersburg, REACH also makes services available in other communities including Skagway, Yakutat, Hoonah, and Wrangell.

Raising Special Kids


Non-profit organization that provides support and information for parents of children, from birth to age 26, with a full range of disabilities and special health care needs. Programs are offered at no cost to families, and are available in English and Spanish

UPWARD Arizona


Offers therapies to children in five specific disciplines: physical, speech and language, occupational, music, and feeding and swallowing.

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