• Photo: A father looks at his infant baby through an incubator in the NICU
    We've been there and we can help.

    We serve individuals with disabilities, their families,
    and the professionals
    who support them.

  • Photo: Mom and son, who is wearing a blue shirt and red and white bandana, look at each other and smile
    We've been there and we can help.

    We serve individuals with disabilities, their families,
    and the professionals
    who support them.

  • Photo: A Family of eight pose in their living room for a photo
    We've been there and we can help.

    We serve individuals with disabilities, their families,
    and the professionals
    who support them.

  • Photo: A little boy and his sister, who is leaning over and looking at her brother, both wearing life vests, sit on two green chairs on a dock with water behind them.
    We've been there and we can help.

    We serve individuals with disabilities, their families,
    and the professionals
    who support them.

  • Photo: Little boy wearing a yellow shirt with a white construction hat
    We've been there and we can help.

    We serve individuals with disabilities, their families,
    and the professionals
    who support them.

  • Photo: A family of four (Father, brother, sister, mother) sits in the grass, posing for a photo.
    We've been there and we can help.

    We serve individuals with disabilities, their families,
    and the professionals
    who support them.

We are a statewide network of families offering free supports to people with disabilities and their families.

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  • My mentor has continued to be a great contact for me to have. I know that I can call her anytime and she will give sound advice, or just listen... She's been a great example for me and I hope to mentor one day as well as she has.

    A mom
  • Having a newly-diagnosed child... is so overwhelming and isolating... knowing someone else who has been through it and understands what you are going through, not only provides support but offers hope.

    A mom
  • I just want to say thank you for your help & all the great information you gave me. And just thank you for doing what you do. If it weren't for people as dedicated to helping like you, I don't know where or what I would do. One day I hope to be able to do the same because it isn't just passing along knowledge & info, it's giving hope to parents & their children's futures! So again thank you so very much!

    Tiffany

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