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NBC4 2019 Autism Puzzle Resource Guide

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The NBC4 team put together a resource packet to accompany our Autism Puzzle special and live chat on April 3, 2019.

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NBC4 2019 Autism Puzzle Resource Guide

  1. 1. THE AUTISM PUZZLE RESOURCE PACKET CALL 4 & LIVE CHAT
  2. 2. Autism Speaks: Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. We do this through advocacy and support; increasing understanding and acceptance of autism spectrum disorder and related conditions. Through partnerships and collaboration, we are committed to: • Increasing global understanding and acceptance of autism • Being a catalyst for research breakthroughs • Increasing early-childhood screening & timely interventions • Improving the transition to adulthood • Ensuring access to reliable information & services throughout the life span. Autism Speaks 470 Glenmont Avenue Columbus, OH 43214 Phone: (614) 563-6320 www.autismspeaks.org
  3. 3. The Autism Society is a national organization dedicated to improving the lives of all affected by autism. Founded in 1965 by a group of concerned parents and professionals, the Society has expanded to include chapters in all 50 states. The Autism Society offers these and other services to the autism community: Information and referral Quarterly magazine called the Advocate National conference on autism (held in July) Legislative advocacy at the federal level (www.vote4autism.org) Autism Society Foundation – dedicated to stimulating and supporting autism research The Autism Society of Ohio (ASO) offers families support, information, and linkage to local chapters. Additionally, ASO advocates for and represents the interests of persons with autism and their families by serving on a variety of state level committees, taskforces and advisory boards. The ASO works with the various State Departments to improve services. ASO also acts as a liaison between the Autism Society national and the local chapters. ASO provides an information packed web site, weekly electronic e-newsletter, sponsors trainings, develops products and services for the autism community, and raises autism awareness and funds through the Ohio Autism Awareness License Plate. ASO provides information and referrals, supports local independent autism groups, has organized a grass roots legislative Autism Advocacy Network and “get out the vote” efforts. ASO strives to provide a unified voice on a statewide and national level for individuals in Ohio with autism, their families and service providers through information dissemination, advocacy, support of local organizations, and the influence of public policy to empower persons with ASD to reach their maximum potential and inclusion in the community. To that end, ASO formed, facilitates and chairs the Ohio Autism Coalition, a coalition of all of the Autism Society Chapters and independent autism groups in Ohio. The main purpose of the Coalition is to combine the resources of the various autism groups to develop and implement core statewide public policy addressing autism awareness and advocacy – to essentially speak with a “unified” voice at the state level. What Distinguishes the ASO from other Autism Organizations in Ohio While there are a variety of autism organizations in the state, ASO is the only advocacy organization that has a statewide focus related to autism spectrum disorder. Local chapters and independent autism groups provide information to the community locally –ASO provides information to those areas of the state that have no local groups and acts as a referral agent to the local chapters and other groups. ASO sees as part of its mission to provide information to those local groups on developments at the state and national level and solicit their “grass roots” support for statewide initiatives related to autism. ASO is well respected in Ohio. Additionally, ASO distinguishes itself from other autism organizations by working to be a unified voice for autism at the state level through the Ohio Autism Coalition and other efforts. ASO is seen as an unbiased, non-partisan organization integral to the success of any statewide committee, taskforce or initiative related to autism. Because ASO is seen as a collaborative organization with a statewide focus, we provide opportunities for the local Autism Society chapters to network with each other, other independent autism groups and state entities working on autism issues. Local Chapters of the Autism Society of America There are also eight (8) local chapters of the Autism Society in Ohio that serve the needs of individuals with autism and their families in specific areas of : Central Ohio, Dayton Area, Greater Akron, Greater Cleveland, Greater Cincinnati, Northwest Ohio, Southeast Ohio, Tri-County – Youngstown Services Local Chapters of the Autism Society provide: Information and Referral, Advocacy, Newsletters, Seminars, Support Groups, Autism Awareness Events, Web pages, Family Events, Local Collaborations, Fundraising For more information about the Autism Society of America, visit www.autism-society.org. For more information about the Autism Society of Ohio, visit www.autismohio.org To find a local Autism Society chapter in your area, visit www.autismohio.org and click on “Local Chapters” on the left side of the home page or call the ASO at 614-487-4726.
  4. 4. Boundless Behavioral: Our Mission is believing in the power of home – we support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities for life. Our vision is a world that realizes the full potential of all people. Boundless Behavioral is a comprehensive provider of care for children and adults with disabilities After 30 years of high-quality, mission-focused programming, Boundless has created a philosophy of care that is woven into everything we do. Boundless uses a person- centered approach that assures a high-quality, individualized experience. All of our programs integrate the expertise of all of our service professionals to assure that individuals and their families receive the services they need regardless of the program they access. Individuals would have access to psychiatry, residential support, or health care coordination to name just a few of the services that can be accessed in any of our programs. Current Program Offerings: •Family Living – Parent Directed, Family Suppport, Respite, Ohio Shared Living, Autism Program •Inclusion – Community Engagement Day, Employment First, Summer Camp •Community Living – Supported Living, Licensed Homes, Multi-system Youth •Integrated Health – Crisis Care, Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic, Wellness Clinic Boundless Behavioral 1021 Checkrein Avenue Columbus, OH 43229 614-436-7837 Iamboundless.org
  5. 5. Haugland Learning Center: Haugland Learning Center has provided autism services to individuals and families since 2004. We currently serve the educational and behavioral needs of over 350 children and young adults with Autism, Asperger syndrome, and other developmental disabilities in the state of Ohio. We currently operate classroom-based programs in Columbus/Dublin, Lancaster, Athens, and Sandusky Ohio. We also operate home-based programs throughout the state. Haugland accepts students from preschool through twelfth grade (including those with behaviors of concern) and is therefore an excellent alternative to public school. Additionally, we offer a range of other services, including speech therapy, home respite, ABA behavioral consulting, mental health services such as counseling and supportive treatment, and psychological services through our sister companies. All students with an Autism, Asperger's, or PDD-NOS diagnosis are eligible to receive the Autism Scholarship from the Ohio Department of Education, which can be used to pay for educational services at Haugland. Students with other disabilities may qualify for the Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship, which can also be used to pay for services at Haugland. Haugland Learning Center 7690 New Market Center Way Columbus, OH 43235 614-602-6473 Haughlandlearningcenter.com
  6. 6. Nationwide Children’s Autism Center: The Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders and the Child Development Center at Nationwide Children’s Hospital provide comprehensive, multidisciplinary care focusing on evidence based treatment, education, research and advocacy for children with the diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Our mission is to provide assistance to every child and family affected by autism spectrum disorders who is in need. Nationwide Children's Hospital’s has developed an interdisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders. In order to provide state of the art assessment and diagnosis, the Child Development Center has recruited a range of specialists including Developmental Pediatricians, Psychologists, Neurologists, Speech and Language Pathologists, Nurses, and Resource Coordinators. Autism Resource Coordinators help families connect with the resources available within Nationwide Children's Hospital and the community. They ensure that families receive the most comprehensive care by navigating families through the Nationwide Children's system (scheduling, follow-up visits, referrals, etc.); keeping families and health care providers informed of new developments in funding and advocacy; and providing community education and outreach. The Child Development and Autism Centers is located at 187 West Schrock Road in Westerville, Ohio. Visit www.NationwideChildrens.org/Autism for more information. Nationwide Children’s Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders 187 West Schrock Road Westerville, OH 43081 Phone: 614-355-8315 Website: www.nationwidechildrens.org/autism
  7. 7. Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI) serves families, educators, and professionals working with students with autism and low-incidence disabilities, including multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairments, other health impairments, and traumatic brain injuries. OCALI's mission is to build state- and system-wide capacity to improve outcomes through leadership, training and professional development, technical assistance, collaboration, and technology. Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI) 470 Glenmont Ave., Columbus, OH 43214 614.410.0321 http://www.ocali.org
  8. 8. The Learning Spectrum: For over ten years, The Learning Spectrum has provided naturalistic autism programs for children with ASD and their families. Chartered by the Ohio Department of education, we have locations in: • Columbus • Canal Winchester • Johnstown • Newark • Sunbury The Learning Spectrum 125 Dillmont Dr Columbus, OH 43235 614-844-5433 TheLearningSpectrum.com
  9. 9. Recreation Unlimited: The mission of Recreation Unlimited is to provide year-round programs in sports, recreation and education for individuals with disabilities and health concerns, while building self-confidence, self-esteem and promoting positive human relations, attitudes, and behaviors. Recreation Unlimited is a magical place, where dreams come true for individuals with disabilities and health concerns. Recreation Unlimited is a place where no one has a disability and all are equal. It is also a place where parents and families gain a respite from the 24/7 demands of caring for an individual with a disability or health concern. Recreation Unlimited is a dream come true for all. We have a NEW ONLINE PROCESS to register for camps and complete a camper application for our 2019 Recreation Unlimited camps. To register for camp and complete a camper application, visit our website: recreationunlimited.org Recreation Unlimited 7700 Piper Road Ashley, OH 43003 740-548-7006 Recreationunlimited.org
  10. 10. Statewide government agencies: Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities 30 East Broad Street, 13th Floor Columbus, Ohio 43215 1-800-617-6733 http://dodd.ohio.gov/ Help Me Grow Statewide Phone Number: 1-800-755-GROW (4769) Rehabilitation Services Commission (RSC) 150 E. Campus View Blvd. Columbus, OH 43235-4604 Phone: 1.800.282.4536 Website: http://www.rsc.ohio.gov The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) 30 E. Broad Street, 32nd Floor Columbus, Ohio 43215 Phone: (800) 686-1556 Website: http://jfs.ohio.gov/
  11. 11. Central Ohio & Franklin County organizations: Ohio Schools State Support Team 3 (Delaware/Franklin) (614) 753-4690 www.sst11.org Autism Society of Central Ohio 286 Weydon Rd. Worthington, OH 43085 (614) 284-6323 centralohioasa@gmail.com www.autism-centralohio.com Autism Speaks 470 Glenmont Avenue Columbus, OH 43214 Phone: (614) 563-6320 Franklin County Help Me Grow 510 E Mound St # 300, Columbus, OH 43215-5571 Phone: (614) 227-9860 Website: www.ohiohelpmegrow.org Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities 2879 Johnstown Road | Columbus, OH 43219 Phone: 614-475-6440 Website: http://www.fcbdd.org/ Franklin County Family and Children First Council 855 W. Mound Street Columbus, OH 43223 Phone: (614) 275-2511 Website: http://www.fcf.ohio.gov/ Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation: (BVR)-Delaware and Franklin County Columbus ReneeKimbell 899 E. Broad St., Suite 201 Columbus, OH 43205 Phone: 614.466.4575 TTY 614.466.9846 Toll-free 800.430.6940
  12. 12. Central Ohio & Franklin County organizations: Cornerstone Speech Therapy 7540 Sawmill Parkway Suite A2 Powell, Ohio 43065 (614) 973-9755 http://www.cornerstonespeechtherapy.com Easter Seals Central and Southeast Ohio 3830 Trueman Court Hilliard, Ohio 43026 614-228-5523 800-860-5523 (toll-free) Haugland Learning Center 3400 Snouffer Road Columbus, OH 43235 614-602-6473 http://www.hauglandlearningcenter.com Bridgeway Academy 2500 Medary Ave - Columbus, OH 43202 614.262.7520 http://www.helpinghandscenter.com Nationwide Children’s Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders 187 West Schrock Road Westerville, OH 43081 Phone: 614-355-8315 Website: www.nationwidechildrens.org/autism OSU Nisonger Center MCCampbell Hall 1581 Dodd Dr. Columbus, OH 43210 Phone: 614-247-7190 Website: www.nisonger.osu.edu
  13. 13. Central Ohio & Franklin County organizations: The Learning Spectrum: TheLearningSpectrum.com Worthington: 125 Dillmont Drive Columbus, OH 43235 614-844-5433 Canal Winchester: 122 Washington St, Ste 401 Canal Winchester, OH 43110 614-734-1114 Newark: 1935 Tamarack Rd Newark, OH 43065 740-281-0643 Sunbury: 36 Harrison St., Ste D Sunbury, OH 43074 740-936-5022
  14. 14. Champaign County organizations: Champaign County Department of Job & Family Services 1512 S US Highway 68, Suite N100 Urbana, OH 937-484-1500 Champaign County DODD PO Box 829, 2200 S US Hwy 68 Urbana, OH 43078 937-653-2681 Champaign County Health District 1512 South US Hwy 68 Urbana, OH 43078 937-484-1605 Mercy Memorial Hospital 904 Scioto St, 2nd Fl Urbana, OH 43078 937-484-6370 Champaign County Parent Mentor Madison-Champaign County ESC 1512 S US Hwy 937-484-1570 Champaign Residential Services, Inc (CRSI) 1150 Scioto St., Ste 100 Urbana, OH 43078 937-653-1320 Miami Residential Services, Inc 405 Public Sq Troy, OH 45373 937-335-6974 Clark Residential Services, Inc. 1711 West Main St Springfield, OH 45504 937-324-3113 Family and Children First of Champaign 1512 S. US Hwy 68 Suite M100 Urbana, OH 43078 937-484-1531
  15. 15. Pike County organizations: Pike County Department of Job and Family Pike County Government Center 230 Waverly, Ohio 740-947-2171 Pike County Child Support Enforcement Pike County Government Center 230 Waverly Waverly, Ohio 740-947-2512 Pike County DODD 301 Clough St Waverly, OH 45690 740-947-7502 Pike County General Health District 14050 U.S. 23 Waverly, OH 45690 740-947-7721 Pike County Help Me Grow 10 American Blvd Piketon, OH 45661 740-289-1681 Family and Children First of Pike County 10 American Blvd, Piketon, OH 45661 740-222-1920
  16. 16. Ross County organizations: Ross County Department of Job and Family 475 Western Ave, Ste B Chillicothe, OH 45601 740-773-2651 Ross County DODD 1268 County Rd 550 Chillicothe, OH 45601 740-773-8044 Ross County Health District 475 Western Avenue, Suite 5A Chillicothe, OH 740-779-9652 Ross County Help Me Grow 475 Western Ave., Suite A Chillicothe, OH 45601 740-775-3598 Ross County Autism Support Group 740.772.1871 Goodwill Industries of South Central Ohio 457 East Main St, Chillicothe, OH 45601 740-702-4000 Ross County Parent Mentor Chillicothe City Schools 235 Cherry St Chillicothe, Ohio 740-775-4250 Family and Children First of Ross County 475 Western Avenue, Ste B Chillicothe, OH 45601 740-773-2651
  17. 17. Cleveland, Ohio organizations: Autism Society of Greater Cleveland P.O. Box 41066 Brecksville, Ohio 44141 (216) 556-4937 support@asgc.org http://www.asgc.org/ National Autism Association of Northeast Ohio (NAA-NEO) Don Pattison, President, donnieapattison@yahoo.com PO Box 221195, Beachwood, Ohio 44122 www.autismnortheastohio.org Autism Speaks 4700 Rockside Rd, Suite 408 Independence, OH 44131 216 538 9543 cleveland@autismspeaks.org Help Me Grow of Cuyahoga County 8111 Quincy Avenue, Suite #344 Cleveland, OH 44104 Telephone: 216.698.7500 E-mail: info@helpmegrow.org www.helpmegrow.org Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities 1275 Lakeside Avenue East Cleveland OH 44114 phone: (216) 736-2638 www.cuyahogabdd.org Cuyahoga County Family and Children First Council 1801 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115 Phone: (216) 443-7239 http://fcfc.cuyahogacounty.us/
  18. 18. Cleveland, Ohio organizations: Ohio Schools State Support Team 3 (Cuyahoga) 216-524-2770 http://www.esc-cc.org/public/rs/sst3 Cleveland Clinic Center for Autism 2801 Martin Luther King Jr Drive - Cleveland, OH 44104 216.448.6440 http://my.clevelandclinic.org/childrens-hospital/specialties-services/what-we-treat/center-for-autism/default.aspx Monarch Center for Autism 22001 Fairmount Boulevard - Shaker Heights, OH 44118 216.320.8945 http://www.monarchcenterforautism.com Rainbow Babies Childrens Hospital Autism Center 11200 Euclid Ave - Cleveland, OH 44106 216.844.8447 http://www.uhhospitals.org/rainbowchildren/OurServices/
  19. 19. Geauga County organizations: Help Me Grow 1-866-975-1100 http://helpmegrow.geaugaffc.org/ Geauga County Board of Developmental Disabilities 8200 Cedar Rd Chesterland OH 44026 phone: (440) 729-9406 www.geaugadd.org Geauga County Family and Children First Council 12480 Ravenwood Drive Chardon, OH 44024 Phone: (440) 285-1201 http://geaugaffc.org Ohio Schools State Support Team 4 (Geauga/Lake) (440) 350-2563 www.sst4.org Northeast Ohio Autism Group Marianne Seeman, President, 440-488-3473 or info@northeastohioautismgroup.org PO Box 347, Chardon, OH 44024 Provides grants for projects in NE Ohio area
  20. 20. Hancock County organizations: Hancock County County Department of Job & Family Services 7814 County Road 1140 PO Box 270 Findlay, OH 419.42.0182 Hancock County Child Support Enforcement 7814 County Road 140, PO BOX 1465 Findlay, OH 419-424-1365 Hancock County Board of DD 1700 East Sandusky St, Findlay OH 45840 419-422-6387 Findlay City Health Department 1644 Tiffin Ave Suite A Findlay, OH 45840-4859 419-424-7105 Hancock County Board of Health 1644 Tiffin Ave Suite B Findlay, OH 45840 419-424-7869 Hancock County Help Me Grow PO Box 1145 Findlay, OH 45840 419-423-8687 Hancock County Parent Mentor Hancock County ESC 7746 CR 140 Findlay, OH 419-422-7525 Family and Children First of Hancock PO Box 1145 Findlay, OH 45839 419-423-8687
  21. 21. Hardin County organizations: Hardin County Department of Job and Family Services 175 West Franklin Str., Suite 150 Kenton, OH 419-675-1130 Hardin County Child Support Enforcement 175 West Franklin Str., Suite 220 PO BOX 428 419-674-2269 Hardin County DODD 705 North Ida St Kenton, OH 43326 419-674-4158 Kenton-Hardin Local Health District 175 West Franklin Street Kenton, OH 43326 419-673-6230 Hardin County Help Me Grow 1021 W. Lima St Kenton, OH 43326 419-673-1531 Family and Children First of Hardin County 1021 W. Lima St Kenton, OH 43326 419-673-1531
  22. 22. Lake County organizations: Lake County Help Me Grow 33 Mill Street Painesville, OH 44077 (440) 350-2433 http://www.lcghd.org/helpmegrow.aspx Lake County Board of Developmental Disabilities 8121 Deepwood Blvd. Mentor OH 44060 phone: (440) 350-5100 www.lakebdd.org Lake County Family and Children First Council 33 Mill Street Painsville, OH 44077 Phone: (440) 350-2125 http://www.lcghd.org/helpmegrow.aspx Ohio Schools State Support Team 4 (Geauga/Lake) (440) 350-2563 www.sst4.org Putting it all Together - Autism Group Tia Kozlovich, at (440) 477-6544 or (440) 975-3843 or Tia_Koz@sbcglobal.net or Tia.Kozlovich@weschools.org
  23. 23. Marion County organizations: Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children 165 West Center St Suite 302 Marion, OH 43302 740-382-5452 Marion County DODD 2387 Harding Highway East Marion, OH 43302 740-387-1035 Marion County Children Services 1680 Marion Waldo Rd Marion, OH 43302 740-389-2317 Marion County General Health District 98 McKinley Park Blvd Marion, OH 43302 740-387-6520 Marion City Health Department 233 W. Center Street Marion, OH 43302 740-387-3604 Marion County Help Me Grow 498 North Main Street Marion, OH 43302 740-387-5437 The Autism Connection 240 Homer St, Marion, OH 43302 740-262-1614 Marion Ohio Goodwill 340 W.Fairground St Marion OH 43302 740-387-7023 Marion County Family and Children First 125 Executive Dr Marion, OH 43302 740-223-3075
  24. 24. Summitt County organizations: Summit County Help Me Grow 701 South Main Street Akron, Ohio 44311 (330) 376-7273 http://www.fcfcsummit.org/helpmegrow.htm Summit County Board of Developmental Disabilities 89 East Howe Rd. Tallmadge OH 44278 phone: (330) 634-8000 www.summitdd.org Summit County Family and Children First Council 1100 Graham Road Circle Stow, OH 44224-2992 Phone: (330) 926-5604 http://www.fcfcsummit.org/ Ohio Schools State Support Team 8 (330) 929-6634 www.sst8.org Autism Society of Ohio, Greater Akron Office 2858 W. Market St., Suite I Akron, OH 44333 (330) 940-1441 http://www.autismsocietygreaterakron.org/ Akron Childrens Hospital One Perkins Square - Akron, OH 44308 Phone: 330.543.8050 Website: http://www.akronchildrens.org Blick Clinic, Inc. 640 West Market Street - Akron, OH 44223 Phone: 330-762-5425 Website: http://www.blickclinic.com
  25. 25. Wood County organizations: The Montessori School of Bowling Green 515 Sandridge Rd Bowling Green, OH 43402 419-352-4203 Wood County Department of Job and Family Services 1928 East Gypsy Lane Road, PO BOX 679 Bowling Green, Ohio 419-352-7566 Wood County Child Support Enforcement 1928 East Gypsy Lane Road, PO BOX 1028 Bowling Green, Ohio 419-354-9270 Wood County DODD 11160 E. Gypsy Lane Rd Bowling Green, OH 43402 419-352-5115 Wood County Combined General Health 1840 E. Gypsy Lane Road Bowling Green, OH 419-352-8402 Wood County Help Me Grow 1840 E Gypsy Lane Rd Bowling Green, OH 43402 419-352-8402 Cady Learning Systems DBA Math and 13003 Eckel Junction Rd., Ste 3E Perrysburg, OH 419-874-8029 Bowling Green State University Speech 200 Health Center Bldg Bowling Green, OH 43403 410-372-2515
  26. 26. Wood County organizations: Serenity Farm, Inc. 21870 Lemoyne Rd Luckey, OH 43443 419.833.1308 Wood County Parent Mentor Wood County ESC: 1867 North Research Dr 419-354-9010 State Support Team Region 1 2275 Collingwood Blvd Suite C Toledo, OH 43620 419.720.8999 Bittersweet Pemberville 1926 Kahler Rd, Pemberville OH 43450 419.287.4937 Family and Children First of Wood County PO Box 679, Bowling Green, OH 43402 419-352-7588
  27. 27. Youngstown, Ohio organizations: (Columbiana County): Autism Society of TriCounty Ohio 3 Centennial Drive Poland, Ohio 44514 330-501-7553 TriCountyAutism_ASO@Yahoo.com www.triautism.com Help Me Grow (330) 424-0288 Columbiana County Board of Developmental Disabilities 7675 St. Rt 45 Lisbon OH 44432 phone: (330) 424-7788 www.ccbdd.net Columbiana County Family and Children First Council 27 Vista Drive, P.O. Box 315 Lisbon, OH 44432 Phone: (330) 424-0195 http://www.ccmhrsb.org/familychildrenfirst.html Ohio Schools State Support Team 9 (330) 492-8136 www.sstr9.org Columbiana County Autism Support Group East Liverpool City Hospital - 425 W 5th St - East Liverpool, OH 43920 Phone: 330-385-7200 CAUSE - Connection, Autism, Understanding, Support, & Education Kim Sheets (330)337-6193 ksheets40@gmail.com or Kelly Jennings (330)271-9806 Salem Public Library in the Quaker Meeting Room
  28. 28. Youngstown, Ohio organizations: (Mahoning County): Mahoning County Educational Service Center Preschool Sites and Help Me Grow 7300 N Palmyra Rd Canfield, OH 44406 (330) 729-4000 Mahoning County Board of Developmental Disabilities 4791 Woodridge Drive Austintown OH 44515 phone: (330) 797-2844 www.mahoningdd.org Mahoning County Family and Children First Council 100 DeBartolo Place Suite 220 Youngstown, OH 44512 Phone: (330) 965-7828 Ohio Schools State Support Team 5 (Mahoning/Trumbull) (800) 776-8298 www.sstr5.org Youngstown Hearing and Speech Center 6614 Southern Blvd - Youngstown, OH 44512 Phone: 330-726-8855 Website: http://www.yohsc.com Easter Seals 299 Edwards St - Youngstown, OH 44502 Phone: 330-743-1168 Website: http://www.mtc.easterseals.com The Rich Center for Autism - Youngstown State University One University Plaza - Youngstown, OH 44555 Phone: 330-941-1927 Website: http://www.ysu.edu/richcenter
  29. 29. Youngstown, Ohio organizations: (Trumbull County): Trumbull County Help Me Grow 347 N Park Ave Ste 3 Warren, OH 44481 (330) 399-3408 http://www.familyfirsttrumbull.org/ Trumbull County Board of Developmental Disabilities 45 North Road Niles OH 44486 phone: (330) 652-9800 www.tcbdd.org Trumbull County Family and Children First Council 4076 Youngstown-Warren Road Suite 201 Warren, OH 44484 Phone: (330) 675-2765 Ohio Schools State Support Team 5 (Mahoning/Trumbull) (800) 776-8298 www.sstr5.org
  30. 30. Wheeling WV/Steubenville, Ohio organizations: Autism Society of Ohio, Belmont County Support Group Deedra Balgo, 740-695-9600 or asobelmontcounty@yahoo.com St. Clairsville, OH 43950 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Autism-Society-Ohio-Belmont-Co-Support-Group Angels for Autism Support Group Pierrie Toson at 740-317-4559 74 Morningside Dr., Wintersville, OH 43953 Help Me Grow 500 Market Street, 7th Floor Steubenville, Ohio 43952 PH: (740) 283-8530 www.jchealth.com/helpmegrow Jefferson County Board of Developmental Disabilities 256 John Scott Highway Steubenville OH 43952 phone: (740) 266-4291 www.jcbdd.com Jefferson County Family and Children First Council PO Box 549 Steubenville, OH 43952 Phone: (740) 283-8557 http://www.jcprb.org/jcfcf_page.htm Ohio Schools State Support Team 12 (740) 455-6700 www.sst8.org
  31. 31. Monroe County organizations: Monroe County DODD 47011 SR 26, PO Box 623 Woodsfield, OH 43793 740-472-1712 Monroe County Department of Job and Family Services 100 Home Avenue Woodsfield, OH 43793-1234 740-472-1602 Monroe County Health Department 118 Home Avenue Woodsfield,OH 43793 740-472-1677 Monroe County Help Me Grow 118 Home Ave Room 117 Woodsfield, OH 43793 740-472-0852 Monroe County Parent Mentor Ohio Valley ESC 128 East 8th St Cambridge, OH 740-439-3558 Family and Children First of Monroe County P.O. Box 42 Woodsfield, OH 43793 740-472-0966
  32. 32. Muskingum County organizations: Muskingum County DODD 655 Zane Street Zanesville, Ohio 43701 740-453-4829 Muskingum County Department of Job & Family Services 445 Woodlawn Avenue Zanesville, Ohio 43702 740-454-0161 Muskingum County Child Support 1830 East Pike Zanesville, Ohio 43702 740-455-7146 Muskingum County Public Children Service 205 North Seventh Street Zanesville, Ohio 43701 740-455-6710 Zanesville-Muskingum County Health Dept 205 N 7th Street Zanesville, Ohio 43701 740-454-9741 Muskingum County Help Me Grow 333 Putnam Avenue Zanesville, Ohio 43701 740-450-3275 Goodwill Industries of Zanesville 18 Beaumont St Zanesville, Ohio 43701 740-450-6060
  33. 33. Muskingum County organizations: Muskingum County Parent Mentor Muskingum Valley ESC 205 N Seventh St 740-452-4518 Family and Children First of Muskingum 360 Cedar St Duncan Falls, Ohio 43734 740-674-5203
  34. 34. Noble County organizations: Noble County Department of Job & Family Services 18065 SR 78 PO Box 250 Caldwell, Ohio 43724 740-732-2392 Noble County Board of DD 18506 Woodsfield Rd Caldwell, Ohio 43724 740-732-7144 Noble County Health Department 44069 Marietta Rd Caldwell, Ohio 43724-9124 740-732-4958 Noble Help Me Grow 44069 SR 821 Caldwell, Ohio 43724 740-732-4958 Noble Country Parent Mentor Ohio Valley ESC 128 East 8th Street Cambridge, Ohio 740-439-3558 Family and Children First of Noble County PO BOX 250 Caldwell, Ohio 43724 740-732-2392

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