ASNCOC, the Autism Society of North Carolina, Orange-Chatham chapter, is a volunteer organization of parents and supporters that provides a forum to strengthen the local community for those with autism and related disorders. As parents, we support one another with information and encouragement. Through the grapevine, members keep each other aware of current happenings.
The group looks for opportunities to facilitate the growth of services by raising money to improve the parks and open spaces in Carrboro.
The YMCA uses day camp, team leadership activities, and a variety of sports and aquatics to build character, self-confidence, and leadership in children. The YMCA seeks to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
The YMCA uses day camp, team leadership activities, and a variety of sports and aquatics to build character, self-confidence, and leadership in children. The YMCA seeks to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. The
Family Support Program (FSP) serves families with children who have special needs through the Central Directory of Resources, an information and referral line. FSP is affiliated with 16 Family Support Network programs across the state of NC that work directly with families with children who have special needs from birth – age 21.
Outdoor experiences and discovery in the natural world are fundamental to children’s learning, well-being, creativity and health. By providing quality indoor and outdoor learning environments, we give children the structures they need to explore, discover and learn.
The Jackson Center is a public history and community development located at the gateway of the historic Northside of Chapel Hill, NC. The Northside and Pine Knolls neighborhoods are home to an abundant history of life after Reconstruction, under Jim Crow, during Civil Rights Action, and in wake of desegregation. Today, they are one of the most racially, ethnically, and economically diverse neighborhoods in the region.
NCTRC exists to empower children and adults with physical, emotional, mental and social challenges to create active, healthier and more fulfilling lives through equine-assisted activities and therapies (EAAT). The organization is the oldest therapeutic riding center in North Carolina and serves riders in Alamance, Orange, Chatham, Wake, and Durham counties.
Social Services provides child care subsidy, child protective services including services to youth in foster care, adolescent parenting program, food and nutrition services (formerly food stamps), Medicaid, school based social workers for at-risk youth, and Work First.
The Orange County Rape Crisis Center seeks to stop sexual violence and its impact through support, education, and advocacy.OCRCC seeks to raise awareness about sexual abuse and offer a safe haven for primary or secondary abuse survivors.