• ACE Healthcare

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    ACE Healthcare provides NO COST home care to Medically Fragile children under 21 yrs. To learn more, please call us at 404 966 3331.

    George Tam




  • Aldersgate

    Aldersgate and Collinswood

    "Welcome Home Ministry" helps provide furniture for individuals with developmental disabilities that live in the community.

    Anne Hansen




  • Annandale Village

    Annandale Village

    Started over 50 years ago, Annandale Village is the only nonprofit organization in the entire Southeastern United States that offers a full continuum of care for adults with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries. Annandale offers residential, respite and day program services to adults 18 and over which creates freedom and peace of mind for families and residents alike.

    Shanna Fogleman



  • Autumn's Gift Respite Care

    Autumn's Gift

    Fun, customized, inclusive, guilt-free respite care experiences and day programs.

    Erica Hawkins




  • Behavioral Health Link (Georgia Crisis and Access Line)

    Behavioral Health Link

    BHL operates the Georgia Crisis & Access Line (GCAL), linking callers with trained professionals who provide the most appropriate linkage to care for mental health crises, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse crises. This free service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year; someone is always available to help at 1-800-715-4225.

    Holli Woods DD Outcomes Manager

  • Creative Community Services, Inc.

    Creative Community Services, Inc., is a non-profit organization that improves the quality of life for youth in foster care, teens, and adults with developmental disabilities and mental health needs, and their families, by providing direct service and community-based support throughout the state of Georgia.

    Raven Thrower




  • CHRIS 180, Inc.

    CHRIS 180 helps children, youth and families change the direction of their lives by connecting them to quality trauma informed services and support systems.

    Ashleigh Silas, LPC, CPCS




  • Developmental Disabilities Ministries

    Developmental Disabilities Ministry

    DDM is a nonprofit, charitable corporation serving adults with developmental disabilities and their families. DDM owns/operates 18 group homes in the State of Georgia, serving approximately 70 residents. DDM’s provides habilitation and supportive services to adults with developmental disabilities who are able to have their needs met in a community residential services environment. DDM owns/operates 18 group homes in the State of Georgia.

    Alice Tinner



  • Exceptional Foundation of Atlanta

    The Exceptional Foundation of Atlanta

    The mission of The Exceptional Foundation of Atlanta, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is to provide adults with disabilities an affordable, quality day to include health enhancing activities, intentional social interactions, and purposeful access to the community. EFAtl gives adults with special needs a reason to get up in the morning, a purpose for every day, and a community outside of their families.

    Beth Malanoski




  • Georgia Options

    Georgia Options has provided home and community-based services for adults with developmental disabilities since 1992 in Athens and 10 surrounding counties. With a strong commitment to person-centered practices and focus on the needs of each individual, Georgia Options continues to break barriers and build bridges so that adults with disabilities are able to make their own choices and can pursue their best life.

    Pam Walley




  • Great Prospects, Inc.

    Great Prospects, Inc. is a therapeutic day program for individuals with developmental disabilities. Our mission is to provide these individuals with meaningful connections through continued educational enrichment, social interaction, and recreational programs. It is designed for young adults who have graduated from high school and are interested in maintaining current skills and learning more about those needed for adult life (ages 21-35). Our program includes workshops to develop life and social skills, fine motor skills, and developing confidence.

    Emily Willner



  • Happyfeat


    Happyfeat provides two major programs throughout the year. We have a Day Program that follows Gwinnett County Schools Schedule and a summer camp during the months of June and July. Happyfeat also hosts Happy events throughout the year for all our Happy friends and special needs community. Please email us for more information.

    Nicole Short




  • Heavenly Global Health Care Service

    Heavenly Global Healthcare

    If you live in the Gwinnett area and are in need of high-quality pediatric homecare services for your child, please contact Heavenly Global Healthcare Services. We are an accredited member of the Georgia Pediatric Program (GAPP). Our private duty skilled nurses can offer the medical care and support you and your family need and deserve. Call us today to discuss your child’s pediatric needs at home. We offer private duty nursing for children and adults through the GAPP Program. We offer care for: ventilator dependencies, tracheostomies, IV therapies, tube feedings, wound care, colostomy care, neurological disorders, respiratory diseases/disorders, transplants, cancer, gastrointestinal disorders, endocrine diseases/disorders, IDD individuals, quadriplegic/paraplegic, cardiac defects and other complex needs.

    Brittany Lewis



  • Hi-Hope Service Center

    Hi Hope Service Center

    The mission of Hi-Hope is to provide quality services that empower adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to define and live a meaningful life. To fulfill its mission, Hi-Hope offers the following services: weekday Community Access Day program, Supported and Customized Employment, Behavioral Supports, Residential Services and Community Living Supports.

    Sadjr Williams, Marketing & Communications Specialist



  • Jacob’s Ladder

    Jacobs Ladder

    Jacobs ladder is a unique program that’s designed by the individuals, they’re own needs, and desires. Focusing on mind, body and soul 24/7 365 days.

    Ricki Bluett


  • Just People, Inc.

    Just People, Inc.

    “Just” People, Inc. is a private non-profit organization that’s mission is to provide a variety of support services to adults with developmental disabilities, mental illnesses and head injuries. We are dedicated to meeting the needs for quality, dependable support.

    Hailee Miller




  • Kadiant Autism

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    Specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorders, we are the premiere provider of Applied Behavior Analysis, Speech-Language, and Diagnostic services in Metro Atlanta, supporting the Georgia autism community for 20 years. Proudly serving the lifespan, our experienced clinical team works with clients of any age and across the spectrum in their own homes, in our 4 Atlanta centers, in community settings and facilities, in schools and educational settings, and virtually via telehealth. We are committed to helping our clients learn and develop essential functional skills that enable them to live their best lives and shine bright!

    Mallory Griggs




  • LightHouse Enrichment Services

    LightHouse Enrichment Services

    Dynamic program promoting independence and choice making. We provide after school and summer program for individuals 10-20.

    Mara Perez



  • Metro Music Therapy, LLC

    Metro Music Therapy

    Metro Music Therapy, LLC is a private contracting music therapy business serving metro Atlanta. Our mission is to provide the most current and innovative music therapy practices to assist our clients in achieving their cognitive, educational, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual goals. We provide both in person (adhering to MMT's COVID safety precautions) and Teletherapy services.

    Laura S. Lenz, LPMT, MT-BC




  • New Directions Georgia, INC

    New Directions Georgia, Inc provides an individual focused vocational, behavioral day program which offers support and services designed to meet each individual’s needs and preferences based on goals outlined in their Individual Service Plan (ISP). The program promotes Self Advocacy and Independence while teaching Creative Arts; Literacy Development; Cooking Skills; Health and Well Being; Job and Leisure skills while participating in real world tasks with age appropriate peers.

    Wendy Pearce




  • Omni Healthcare Services, LLC

    Omni Healthcare Services

    In-home nursing care agency focusing on medically fragile children and disabled adults.

    Adrianne Jones




  • Ray Of Hope

    Ray Of Hope is an interactive center with activities to suit all levels of participation and learning.

    Michell Capodanno



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  • ReClif


    ReClif is a fitness-based therapy center designed to empower individuals with autism. Conceptualized by Reece Blankenship, a non-speaking autistic who communicated via letter board his vision to help himself and others on the spectrum, ReClif offers unique solutions to the question of autism.

    Lou Blankenship or Ali Wilson




  • St. Mary's Independent Living Extensions (SMILE)

    Saint Mary's Independent Living Extensions

    Working with Individuals and their families, SMILE guides and supports individualized services that promote independence at home and in the community. SMILE services are driven to build confidence, enhance personal development, encourage self-sufficiency, and achieve positive outcomes emphasizing the individual’s dignity, self-determination, and self-esteem.

    Nancy Knight




  • The Art of Living

    The Art of Living

    The Art of Living Community and Support Services is a Human Service Agency located in the heart of Tucker, GA. Over the course of 10 years, we have been responsible for providing continuous service and direct support to adults with special needs. The Art of Living currently operates two (2) day programs and fourteen (14) residential homes in the Metro-Atlanta area. Our services consist of routine supervision and assistance with daily living activities. The Art of Living team is dedicated and faithfully committed to providing a meaningful life to all of our participants. A meaningful life, which we define as quality services, community involvement, good health, positive relationships; a safe environment and most importantly, love and support from our staff and members of our community.

    Amanda Martinez




  • Touching Lives

    Personable, explore new adventures daily, small staff to individual ratio.

    Kerry-Ann Campbell



  • Your Choice Caregivers

    Your Choice Caregivers

    Your Choice Caregivers is a Private Home Care Agency offering Personal Care Assistance, Companion Sitting, Unskilled, and Skilled Nursing Services. We specialized in the Georgia Pediatrics Program (GAPP), designed for individuals under 21 years of age with special needs.

    Kalandra Williams




  • Your Respite

    Respite is something that parents of special needs children desperately need, and YourRespite can help make it happen. YourRespite provides childcare for your special needs children, in your home, up to age 19(& older depending on the situation).

    Shawn Byrd