The Arc Arkansas provides direct support services, advocates and educates. It offers numerous programs to help work towards The Arc of the United States’ goal of inclusion. This organization also offers resources to families.
Eye Contact Arkansas is a website that focuses on state legislation regarding autism spectrum disorders. Useful resources, personal stories and autism news can also be found on this site.
This organization connects families to resources and supports in Arkansas.
The Arc of Arizona, located in Phoenix, advocates and offers support to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families throughout the state.
S.E.E.K. Arizona is an organization that provides therapies and direct care services to individuals of all ages in Mesa and the surrounding areas.
The Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) provides support to families through its clinical, school-based and vocational programs.
This site provides state-specific resources for families affected by autism.
Alaska’s Department of Education and Early Development compiles a list of resources for parents and educators.
The Alaska Autism Resource Center offers interactive opportunities for family members of individuals with autism such as parent sharing teleconferences, lecture series, webinars, as well as on-site events.
Since 1957, The Arc of Alabama, Inc., which supports 29 local chapters, has taken an active role in advocating for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families. It also offers information and referral services.