A statewide organization that offers a parent peer specialist program where parents and caregivers of children with emotional, social, behavioral, or mental health challenges are paired up with seasoned parents of these children to support and assist them.
The Wisconsin Family Assistance Center for Education, Training, and Support is a statewide non-profit which provides information and referral services, parent support groups, training, and parent/youth leadership development.
A support group that connects seasoned parents of children with disabilities with new parents of children with disabilities to share information and resources.
A group designed to support families with a baby in the NICU and those who have experienced the death of an infant or pregnancy loss at hospitals in Wisconsin.
A non-profit organization that promotes the independence of families of children and youth with diverse abilities in Wisconsin through parent support groups, educational workshops, service referrals, family events, and other programs.
An organization that supports families and individuals with Down syndrome through education, programs, parent support services, events and activities, and the exchange of ideas.
A rehabilitation and resource center for people with physical disabilities, brain injuries, speech or vision impairments, or hearing loss. Comprehensive services include mental health and family support services, among many other services. Locations in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
A statewide non-profit that offers information and resources, advocacy, and support services to those affected by brain injuries. They provide various in-person brain injury support groups.