A dynamic community of parents, families, and advocates in the disability community working together for a more socially just, accessible, and inclusive world. Located in Mississippi.
A group with the goal of providing much-needed social support to single parents who have children with disabilities. Located in New Hampshire.
Family Support Organizations (FSO’s) are family-run, county-based organizations that provide direct family-to-family peer support, education, advocacy, and other services to family members of children with emotional and behavioral problems.
This organization offers support groups for families with children with disabilities and mental health needs in English and Spanish. The monthly meetings are an opportunity for families to share their experiences and ideas with other families.
This network provides a family support group, youth support groups, and peer-to-peer mentoring for individuals with disabilities and their loved ones.
A non-profit organization that seeks to support caregivers and provide them with a sense of relief, community, and support.
This alliance offers parent support mentors, information, and education for families who have children who receive (or may be eligible to receive) special education services.
The Mom-2-Mom support groups are for parents or caregivers of disabled children or adults. The support groups are approximately 1.5 hours and all are invited to attend. They also offer online support groups.
A large virtual support group for mothers of children who have special health, care, and/or developmental needs. They offer support, networking, resources, helpful tools, family matching, and more.
A group with a mission is to empower families to advocate for themselves so that children with special educational needs can reach their full potential in education and life – through support, training, and education.