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Queue 'Partnerships'

KindTree Productions Autism Rocks!

Kind Tree receives requests for systems for anyone with autism, including families, and refers the request to NextStep Recycling.

Laurel Hill Center

Laurel Hill Center is committed to helping people with psychiatric disabilities make choices and acquire skills that increase their self-reliance and ability to live and work in the community. Laurel Hill refers individuals to NextStep for job and social skills training and to our computer adoption program.

Bridgeway House

Bridgeway House serves the needs of children with autism and related disabilities while educating and supporting their families. Bridgeway House provides a wide array of services, including treatments, therapies, social groups, fitness classes, education, support groups, advocacy, and more. These programs help this diverse group of children meet the challenges of living with autism, as well as helping their parents and caregivers cope with the stresses of raising a child with special needs.

ARC Lane County

The Arc advocates to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. The Arc envisions a world in which all persons have the support and opportunities they need for personal development, independence, and interdependence with family and friends, and inclusion in the community.

Oregon Supported Living Program

Oregon Supported Living Program is a nonprofit agency providing support to adults with developmental disabilities. Individual programs are designed not only to meet the person’s needs but, just as importantly, to allow him or her to realize their desires, wishes and dreams. This “person centered” approach to providing services has earned OSLP the respect and acclaim of family members, other service providers, and Oregon’s Department of Human Services.

Direction Services

Direction Service is a multi-program family support agency located in Eugene, Oregon. Direction Service began in 1977 at the University of Oregon. Since then, it's become an independent, private, non-profit corporation funded through public and private donations as well as local and federal support. Direction Service presently has four major programs: Family Support & Service Coordination, Information Services, Counseling Center and Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education.

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