Autism Resources

Community resources that may benefit your family are:

Autism Alliance of Michigan
(877) 463-2266

The Autism Alliance of Michigan leads efforts across the state of Michigan that will improve the quality of life for persons with autism through education, access to comprehensive services, community awareness, inclusion efforts, and coordinated advocacy.

Autism Speaks
(888) 288-4762

Autism Speaks is a national organization dedicated to promoting solutions, throughout the life span, for the needs of persons with autism and their families. They do this through advocacy and support, increasing understanding of people with autism spectrum disorder, and advancing research into causes and treatments of autism and related conditions.

Early On Michigan
(800) 327-5966

Early on Michigan is a state program for helping infants and toddlers to age 3 with developmental delays, and their families, find social, health and educational services.

Michigan Autism Program
(517) 373-9018

The Michigan Autism Program was established by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. The program supports individuals with autism, their families/caregivers, and professionals serving individuals with autism spectrum disorder to lead a quality and fulfilling life.

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