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Adult Disability Medical Care - Provides health care to adults with disabilities. The team provides a comprehensive evaluation and plan with referrals to other specialists, psychologists, psychiatrists, dietitians, and others as needed.
Emory Autism Center -The EAC is part of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Emory University School of Medicine and the Emory Brain Health Center. The center provides instructive guidance to family members, training to educators and professionals interested in learning how to better support children and adults with ASD, and engaging learning experiences to those in the community who want to create a more inclusive society.
Emory Valley Center - A 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that serves children and adults with disabilities in the East Tennessee area. They provide assistance such as behavioral health services, early intervention, an early learning center, a family support program, community-supported living, and workforce development.
Georgia Autism Center - The Georgia Autism Center assists individuals and families of children or loved ones with an autism spectrum and other related neurodevelopmental disorders to receive proper diagnoses, aid in the development of their individualized treatment plans, enhance independence, and foster the utmost quality of their lives.
Helen R. Tucker - Supports people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities throughout Lauderdale and Tipton Counties in West Tennessee. Service plans are designed for each individual for optimal independence and dignity.
Highland Rivers Behavioral Health - Provides comprehensive treatment, support, and recovery services for adults, youth, families, and veterans affected by mental health disorders, intellectual developmental disabilities, and addictive diseases. They serve low-income and uninsured individuals, as well as people with Georgia state and federal benefits such as Medicaid and Medicare. For uninsured individuals, services are provided on a sliding fee scale based on income.
Life Connect Health - Offers pivotal Person Centered Behavioral Health Services to individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities experiencing behavioral challenges. They teach individuals how to develop skills to manage their own emotions and provide tools and mentoring to effectively support and coach the individual in using these emotional coping skills.
Madison/Haywood - Mental Health and Developmental Services(MHDS) provides services to individuals in different settings according to their individual needs and goals within their Person-Centered Support Plan. The Employment and Community First CHOICES (ECF) program offers support for families caring for a person with an intellectual or developmental disability with the goal of people reaching employment and independent living goals, and The PLACE (Person Centered Lives Achieving with Community Engagement) program that allows those with intellectual disabilities and/or mental or behavioral health issues to have a safe place to enhance their coping skills.
Marcus Autism Center - Offers families access to the latest research, comprehensive testing, and science-based treatments. They serve children up to the age of 21. Their services include ABA Therapy Program, School Consultation Program, Assessment and Diagnosis, Severe Behavior Program, Language and Learning Program, Medical Services, Family Support, and Therapeutic Services.
Mckenna Farms Therapy Services Inc. - A nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that provides therapy services to boys and girls ages birth-21 with special needs from throughout Northwest Georgia and metro Atlanta. They offer physical, occupational, and speech therapy as well as therapeutic riding.
North Georgia Autism Center - Focuses on solving the critical issues involving Autism Spectrum Disorder faced by both clients and their families. Provides a broad range of therapies, services, and solutions to help facilitate change and support clients.
Spring Brook - A residential treatment facility and psychiatric autism program in South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, and Virginia that provides a wide range of integrated therapies. They work with children, adolescents, and teens across the spectrum using evidence-based treatment.