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Annapolis Adults with Aspergers/High Functioning Autism
Trinity Church
Annapolis, MD 21401
Nancy
Snyder
1300 West Street
301-351-8428
boyden65@aol.com

Are you an Adult with Aspergers or High-Functioning Autism; 21 years old and over in the greater-Annapolis (MD) area? This is a social on the last Friday of the month for both men and women adults only who are on the spectrum. Meet and greet; board games. Snacks provided. We generally play board games and socialize. Place: Trinity Church; 1300 West Street; Annapolis; MD 21401 Time: 7-9 PM. Please; No Children.

Anne Arundel County Asperger Support Group
375 Benfield Blvd
Severna Park, MD 21146
Sue
Hayward
410-544-6661
contacts@aacaps.org

Our group is dedicated to the advocacy and developmental needs of children who have beendiagnosed with Asperger Syndrome.We meet monthly on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 7-9pm (during the school year and excluding December).We meet on the 2nd floor of the office building at St. Martin in the Field Church; located at 375 Benfield Blvd in Severna Park; Maryland. Our meetings are open to the public; free of charge; registration free; and; best of all; we welcome everyone who has an interest in Aspergers Syndrome to attend.

Autism Aspergers Association of Calvert County
P.O. Box 2323
Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Deborah
Ursiny
President
410-326-5050
AAACC@asdcalvert;org

AAACC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization offering support and assistance to Calvert County families facing autism spectrum disorders.

Autism Chapter Eastern Shore; ACES
30467 Cannon Drive
Salisbury, MD 21804
443-614-0344

The ACES Support Group serves the Wicomico County parents of special needs children. Our group has served area families for the past eight years. During that time we have provided the following services: Monthly Support Group with Childcare; Education Folder with Community Resources; IEP Assistance and Advocacy; Funding Trainings/Conferences; Community Awareness at Various Events; Funding for Hippotherapy; Lending Library; and Phone Support. Open to parents; teachers; siblings; and those with developmental disabilities. ACES is available for any age group from birth to adult.

Autism Society of Baltimore Chesapeake
P.O. Box 10855
Baltimore, MD 21234
410-655-7933

A support group for teenage siblings of individuals on the autism spectrum is held the first Thursday of most months at Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital; 1708 W. Rogers Avenue; Baltimore 21209. Join us for a break-out session for teenage siblings of individuals with autism. These get-togethers are a chance for teens to get to know other siblings and to have some fun; with games and snacks provided. Parents can attend our regular support group while their children enjoy time with their peers. If you will be bringing your teen; please register them by emailing info@baltimoreautismsociety.org so we can be sure to have enough goodies for them! Check out our website calendar to confirm dates for the sibling support group meetings: http://www.baltimoreautismsociety.org/calendar-of-events/or call our info line at 410-655-7933.

Autism Spectrum Support Group of Southern Maryland; Inc.
P.O. Box 2162
California, MD 20619
Terri
Griest
240-561-8860

The Autism Spectrum Support Group of Southern Maryland provides support and information to families of people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in the Southern Maryland region. The Support Group offers a website; a forum; monthly meetings; newsletters; a Facebook page; a Twitter feed; camp scholarships; and workshops.

Autism Women of Greater Washington (AWGW)
N/A
Washington, DC 20005

One of the Autistics Association of Greater Washington's upport groups is called the Autistic Women of Greater Washington. The Autistic Women have their own e-mail group and meet approximately monthly. Meeting dates are announced in the women’s e-mail group and in the general e-mail group. Autistic Women members are also encouraged to join the general support group. To apply for membership; please send an email toawgw-subscribe@yahoogroups.com.

Autism Women's Network
5100 Van Dorn St. #6633
Lincoln, NE 68506
(402) 512-3610

Greetings and welcome to the Autism Women's Network! AWN is dedicated to building a community of autistic girls and women; their families; friends and supporters. A place where all can share their experiences amongst a diverse; inclusive supportive and positive environment. We invite you to take a look around and join us today.

Autistic Self Advocacy Network
PO Box 66122
Washington, DC 20035
President
Autistics Association of Greater Washington; Inc. (AAGW)
400 8th Street; NW
Washington, DC 20004
703-516-9265
info@aagw.net

The Autistics Association of Greater Washington; Inc. serves autistic adults in the District of Columbia; Maryland; Virginia; and the surrounding region. Until March 2015 we were known as the Asperger Adults of Greater Washington; Inc. Our meetings and our e-mail group are limited to autistic adults in our region. (A professional diagnosis is not required for membership.) We make only one exception: new members may bring one or two friends or family members to their first meeting. We offer our members mutual encouragement; try to connect our members with the right services; organize social activities; and advance our policy interests.

Bay Area Center for Independent Living (Easton Location)
300 Talbot St
Easton, MD 21601
443-746-0413
410-770-4606
info@bayareacil.org

Bay Area Center for Independent Living promotes access to community resources and support for people with disabilities and their families through programs which offer choices; preserve dignity and increase independence for an improved quality of life across the nine counties of Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Programs offered include support in independent living skills; assistive technology; vocational supports; benefits counseling; support planning; advocacy; and many more.

Bay Area Center for Independent Living (Salisbury Location)
909 Progress Circle
Suite 300
Salisbury, MD 21804
443-260-0822
877-511-0744
443-260-0833
info@bayareacil.org

Bay Area Center for Independent Living promotes access to community resources and support for people with disabilities and their families through programs which offer choices; preserve dignity and increase independence for an improved quality of life across the nine counties of Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Programs offered include support in independent living skills; assistive technology; vocational supports; benefits counseling; support planning; advocacy; and many more.

BCC-ASA Adult Autism Resource Group (AARG)
508 Hampton Lane
Towson, MD 21286
Ellen
Feifarek
410-583-7633

AARG! is what parents say when they realize that their child with autism will someday become an adult with autism. AARG is a work-group of BCC-ASA. We are parents of transition age youth and adults with autism spectrum disorders and the professionals who work with them. We provide information about living and work options currently available for adults with ASD; however our goal is to work towards improvement in the capacity and quality of services in Maryland. AARG is not a support group; but we learn from and support each other.

Calvert County Family & Friends of Special Needs Population Support Group
175 Main Street; Courthouse
Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Erica
Haines
410-535-1600 x2542
301-855-1243 x2542
410-535-2233
CHADD - Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
4601 Presidents Drive
Lanham, MD 20706
E. Clarke
Ross
D.P.A.
Chief Executive Officer
Suite 300
301-306-7070
800-233-4050
301-306-7090

Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD); is a national non-profit; tax-exempt (Section 501 (c) (3) ) organization providing education; advocacy and support for individuals with AD/HD. In addition to our informative Web site; CHADD also publishes a variety of printed materials to keep members and professionals current on research advances; medications and treatments affecting individuals with AD/HD. These materials include Attention! magazine; the CHADD Information and Resource Guide to AD/HD; News From CHADD; a free electronically mailed current events newsletter; as well as other publications of specific interest to educators; professionals and parents.

Exceptional Family Member Program Support Group of Fort Meade (Army)
McGill Training Center
Fort Meade, MD 20755
Caraline
Someck
8425 Zimborski Avenue
301-677-4122

This program is Open to Everyone, not just Exceptional Family Member Program members. The Army Exceptional Family Member Program assists military families to ensure that Exceptional Family Members receive comprehensive, coordinated special needs services through the military and/or civilian community.

Family Behavioral Services-Westmoreland County Location
400 Oakbrook Drive
Greensburg, PA 15601
Suite 2300
721-850-8118

Family Behavioral Resources provides a multitude behavioral health services throughout Western and Central Pennsylvania. Adhering to the CASSP Principles and Pennsylvania's Recovery and Resiliency model of care, our programs serve consumers, their families and surrounding communities throughout the lifespan and across many environments. You can learn more about our programs by visiting the links to the left.

Frederick County Chapter - Autism Society of America
PO Box 456
Buckeystown, MD 21717
Shawna
Capotosto
301-746-8080
301-695-3676
301-695-1250
GILD: Group for Independent Learning Disabled Adults
P.O. Box 322
Brooklandville, MD 21022
Janice
Silverman
410-557-4494

Group for the Independent Learning Disabled provides recreation and support for adults 18 years and older with a learning disability. Members meet monthly to plan activities. Social Skills and Life Skills classes are available.

Grace Myhill, MSW
Cross Keys
Baltimore, MD 21210
Grace
Myhill
Falls Road
617-504-3116
gmyhill@gmail.com

Counseling or coaching for neurodiverse couples in which one member has Asperger's. Meetings can be with one member of the couple or both. For more information, see my website at www.gracemyhill.com or email me at gmyhill@gmail.com or call 617-504-3116.

Howard County Autism Society
9770 Patuxent Woods Drive
Columbia, MD 21046
Roger
E.
Thibaudeau
Suite 308
410-290-3466
410-290-5455
info@howard-autism.org

The Howard County Autism Society, an affiliate of the Autism Society of America, serves individuals on the autism spectrum, their families and their communities by providing information, support and advocacy; by promoting awareness of autism that values the dignity and uniqueness of each individual; and by working to improve the quality of and access to services and educational opportunities. HCAS offers a wealth of different programming, support and training opportunities to those who in and and around Howard County. Support group meetings give opportunities for parents to share experiences and listen to speakers on topics of interest. HCAS also offers speakers, social events, and publishes a quarterly newsletter. For full listing of supports, services and events, please visit the HCAS Website.

Howard County Maryland Asperger's Syndrome Parent Support Group
none given
Columbia, MD
Elaine
McAuliffe
410-730-0068

Support Group for parents, family members, educators, and professionals

Mental Health Association in Talbot County
611B Dutchmans Lane
Easton, Md 21601
(410) 822-0444
(410) 820-7283
info@mhamdes.org

>MISSIONTo Promote Mental Health through Support, Education, Programs and Advocacy. >VISIONThe Mental Health Association in Talbot County envisions a Mid-Shore Community with individuals, families, and institutions empowered to recognize and manage mental health issues in a stigma-free environment, with up-to-date mental health information widely available, and with effective mental health services accessible in a timely manner.GOALS Support – Provide information regarding mental health resources available to consumers and their families. Facilitate support groups addressing mental health issues Education – Increase mental health awareness through articles, publications, presentations, education and training Programs – Engage the community through programs focusing on mental health issues that affect all of us Advocacy – Provide a voice and visibility for mental health

NAMI PA - York County (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
140 Roosevelt Avenue
York, PA 17401
Danielle
Dennis
717-848-3784
namiyc@gmail.com
Rainbow Club
Fullerton Community Center
Baltimiore; MD
Debbie
Day
7209 Belair Road
443-661-2415
443-465-8346

Apart of the Baltimore County Department of Recreation & ParksHolds Friday Game nights on the 2nd Friday (7:00 PM to 9:00 PM) of each month from January thru June. **Excluding July and August**$5.00 Registration with a $2.00 weekly cost. Refreshments will be served. Please bring your friends!!For special needs 16& up.

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