F.A.C.T provides a range of services for the families of children who have a mental, physical or developmental disability.
If you are the parent, grandparent, guardian or caregiver of a child with a disability, F.A.C.T. is here for you because caring for a child with a disability can be challenging and overwhelming.
Our programs have been developed to support you, empower you, and provide you with the information and expert guidance you and your child need to thrive.
At F.A.C.T., we understand what you are going through because just about everyone who works here has a family member with a disability. We know what it is like to feel frustrated, isolated and unsure where to turn for help.
F.A.C.T. offers four programs.
If your child has a mental, physical or developmental disability and you are concerned that they are not getting the special education services they need at school, F.A.C.T. Educational Advocates can help.
A support program especially designed to help families that have a child with a developmental disability. F.A.C.T. Parent Support Partners have both the first-hand experience and the training to help you with life’s challenges, whatever form they take.
This program provides a wide range of support for the families of children with a mental or behavioral disability. We partner with the Crider Health Center in providing services using a wraparound approach.
A self-advocacy organization run by and for adults with a disability.