Visit our Partners

Our partner organizations support our work, and we support theirs. Click the logos to visit their websites and learn more about these wonderful organizations and the work they do to support people who have disabilities.  

The Arc of South Carolina logo

The Arc promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.

Brain Injury Association of SC

Brain Injury Association of South Carolina is here to support and provide information to individuals with brain injury and their family members.

IMPACT SC logo

To encourage positive change for people with disabilities through working together to enhance lives while making a stand for change.

Osprey Village logo

OSPREY Village is a nonprofit organization developing affordable housing options and support service for local adults with developmental disabilities.

SC Spinal Cord Injury Association

South Carolina Chapter of the United Spinal Association.

Newberry County of Disabilities and Special Needs

People realizing individual dreams and expectations.

South Carolina Human Service Providers Association

To provide a network of professional support for its member organizations, which focuses on the delivery of quality supports for people with lifelong disabilities. The areas of focus include advocacy, resource allocation , technical support , training, and education.

Babcock Center

The Babcock Center exists to make sure life with a disability does not mean life without every opportunity.

People On The Go Logo

To advocate, educate and legislate on behalf of individuals with disabilities, parents, caregivers, advocates and legislators about the importance of choice and the freedom it brings with the reward of independence.

Family Connection SC

Changing Lives by Making Connections, Raising Awareness, and Promoting Inclusion for Those with Disabilities and Special Healthcare Needs.

American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

AAIDD promotes progressive policies, sound research, effective practices, and universal human rights for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

SC Respite Coalition

The mission of the SC Respite Coalition is to expand quality respite opportunities in South Carolina throughout the lifespan for South Carolina families who have a member with special needs.