33 Pine Street, Norton, MA 02766
The TAP program serves youth who have emotional disabilities and are in need of consistent, intensive, therapeutic support to maintain their current placements at home, in a foster home, and in school. It is a therapeutic milieu program that operates after school, during school vacations and summers, focusing upon building positive peer relationships and managing behaviors in a group setting. Ages served are 6-12 years old depending on the site.
Contact Person: Jennifer Schwarz, 508.285-4364 firstname.lastname@example.org
www.brsepac.org or find us on facebook
The Bridgewater-Raynham Special Education Parents Advisory Council (BR- SEPAC) represents about 900 children with special needs within the Bridgewater- Raynham School district. The BR-SEPAC provides input and shares information with administrators, teachers, parents and the broader community on Special Education issues and services. We work towards the understanding of respect, support, acceptance, and appropriate education for all children with special needs in our community.
Community Autism Resources (CARS)33 James Reynolds Rd. Unit C Swansea, MA 02777 | ph: 1-800-588-9239
Community Autism Resources is a family created and oriented community services organization. The valuable input we receive from families and professionals sustains our continued focus on assisting and educating families and professionals so that they can better meet the needs of persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). We do this by building collaborative relationships with those involved, in an effort to provide comprehensive and individually tailored supports.
Youth Villages is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to helping emotionally and behaviorally troubled children and their families live successfully. We help more than 22,000 children and families each year from more than 20 states and Washington, D.C. Our Evidentiary Family Restoration™ approach involves intensive work with the child and family, a focus on measuring outcomes, keeping children in the community whenever safely possible, and providing accountability to families and funders. The EFR approach produces lasting success for children with success rates twice that of traditional services at one-third the cost of traditional care.
The Department is dedicated to creating, in partnership with others, innovative and genuine opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities to participate fully and meaningfully in, and contribute to, their communities as valued members. An application can be found here.
DMR Area Office:
Child Adolescent Human Service Coordinator: Susan Griffin
Intake Eligibility Coordinator: 508-866-5000 ext 382
21 Spring Street
Taunton, MA 02780Phone: (508) 824-0614
Fax: (508) 824-9451