Early Intervention

Our Early Intervention Program is designed to provide critically needed services to children ages birth through age 3, who have developmental delays or disabilities. Early intervention is a family-centered, home based program providing therapy, special education, and family support.


Toy Library Program

Our Toy Library Program is a network of toy lending and family support programs for families with children ages birth to 8 with special needs. The mission of the Toy Library Program is to stimulate a child's development, strengthen family relationships and help prevent child abuse and neglect.


Project Open House

Our Project Open House program supports disabled seniors in our community. We build approximately 10 ramps per year for disabled seniors over the age of 60 through funding from the Cumberland County Office on Aging and Disabled. We also provide small home repairs for disabled seniors.

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Help Us to Continue to Serve the Families of Children with Disabilities Who Desperately Need Our Help!

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Thank You! for Your Continued Support!

Your generous donations help us to provide critically needed programs and services

to the many children, disabled persons and veterans in our area!

Services and Programs Include:

  • n home Physical and speech therapy to children with cerebral palsy
  • Comprehensive child evaluation services
  • Early Intervention Program for children aged birth to 3 years with disabilities
  • Special education, occupational therapies and social work services.
  • Our  Toy Library Program loans developmental toys to parents of children with disabilities to help children grow and to help-prevent neglect and abuse.
  • Project Open House We build several ramps per year locally to provide disabled persons with wheelchair accessibility to their homes and community