A statewide 501(c)3 non-profit that provides information, support, training, and resources to assist families caring for children with disabilities. Located in Alaska.
A forum designed to provide support for parents and families of children that have been diagnosed with a complex medical need.
An organization that offers in-person and online support groups to parents of children with a variety of different disabilities.
A network that connects parents of children or adults with special needs to share information and support. Located in Indiana.
Sinergia works with people with disabilities and their families. Sinergia has a longstanding reputation for working with families served, many of them with limited English proficiency, who may be homeless or poor.
Sibling Tree’s mission is to support and empower siblings of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. and provide them with the resources necessary to become effective self-advocates. Located in Colorado.
A national program dedicated to the life-long and ever-changing concerns of siblings of people with special health, developmental, and mental health concerns.
A group that aims to reach as many medically challenged children as possible to send a message of hope, compassion, and friendship. Located in Kansas.
Through a network of local Chapters, this organization helps families with sick children find comfort and support during hospital stays and other stressful times.
In person support groups for parents of children with disabilities in the Cranston, Rhode Island area.