NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness ) offers resources and support in California. Click the buttons below to learn more about NAMI California, find an affiliate near you, and get information specifically for families and caregivers.
MHA offers parent and caregiver support throughout California.
Parents Helping Parents offers many support and information groups for families raising a child with a disability. Each is a place to get information from others, reduce feelings of isolation, get and give support, and meet people who understand you and your family. Parents Helping Parents serves the Bay area of Northern California.
Support for Families offers a warmline, support groups and a parent mentor program in the San Francisco area.
Care Parent Network provides parent to parent support and resources for families in Contra Costa County.
Down Syndrome Association of LA is a non profit organization that is a resource center supporting individuals with Down Syndrome and their families. They provide both parent/caregiver support and SIBLING support.
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness ) offers resources and support in Colorado. Click the buttons below to learn more about NAMI Colorado, find an affiliate near you, and get information specifically for families and caregivers.
MHA offers parent and caregiver support throughout Colorado.
Ability Connection Colorado is a Parent to Parent USA Alliance Member organization. They connect parents and caregivers with a trained parent "mentor" who has a child with a similar diagnosis and understands what you are going through. They are trained to provide information and emotional support.
Autism Society Colorado offers support groups and their vision is to create a world where everyone in the Autism community is connected to the support they need, when they need it.
MHA offers parent and caregiver support throughout Connecticut.
Path Connecticut is a Parent to Parent USA Alliance Member organization. Parents who contact us for support are matched with a “veteran” parent—someone who most often has a child with a similar disability. These one-to-one parent matches offer a perspective from someone who has “been there” and understands what you are going through. Parent support matches provide informational and emotional support.
Support for siblings ages 18 and over of individuals with disabilities