Alliance for Disability Advocates - https://adanc.org/
"Alliance of Disability Advocates strives to enable people with any disabilities to fully participate in their communities without boundaries in the Raleigh-Durham and surrounding area."
Autism Society of North Carolina - https://www.autismsociety-nc.org/
"The Autism Society of North Carolina improves the lives of individuals with autism, supports their families, and educates communities. "
Brain Injury Association of North Carolina - https://www.bianc.net/
"The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina was founded in 1982 by families and concerned professionals, who realized the need for more information, resources, training, and advocacy about brain injury in the State of North Carolina. The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina's mission is to offer help, hope, and a voice for persons living with brain injury and their families."
Compass Center for Woman & Families -
"Compass Center for Women and Families helps all people navigate their journey to self-sufficiency, safety, and health. We empower individuals and promote equal access to opportunity regardless of gender or economic status. Our services include career and financial education, domestic violence crisis and prevention programs, assistance with legal resources, and youth health programs."
Exceptional Children's Assistance Center -
"Exceptional Children's Assistance Center (ECAC) is a private, nonprofit parent organization, committed to improving the lives and education of ALL children through a special emphasis on children with disabilities and special healthcare needs."
Community Low Vision Center -
"A nonprofit organization, our vision is to be America’s leader in building life-changing opportunities for people who are blind. Part of that vision is the creation of Community Low Vision Centers. We have CLVC centers in Winston-Salem and Asheville, NC,."
Family Advocacy Network, Freedom House -
"Through the Family Advocacy Network (FAN), Freedom House provides critical assistance to parents raising school-age children with emotional/behavioral issues, mental illness, learning differences, substance abuse problems and other challenges. "
First in Families of North Carolina -
"First In Families of North Carolina, FIFNC, helps people with disabilities and their families to believe in their dreams, achieve their goals and give back to others."
Triangle Disability Awareness Council -
"The Disability Awareness Council became a private non profit 501(c)(3) in 1991 to serve communities in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area and beyond. "
PACID is a grassroots organization of over 180 families with adult children who have intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. All of the families are from the Triangle region of North Carolina and virtually all still have their adult child living at home with them. Roughly half the adult children are on the autism spectrum. Our families seek to move their adult child into a space of their own in the coming months and years, whether it’s to a group home, independent living, or an “intentional community.”