A private, non-profit child welfare and behavioral health orga- nization serving troubled and at-risk children, adolescents and families in Worcester county.

A parent-led sensory gym giving children with special needs a safe, fun, indoor area where they can play and accommodate their sensory needs.

A hippotherapy program geared for children with special needs. Reinbow is located at two sites, Windrush and Liberty TreeFarms.

Clinical evaluations completed by a licensed and registered occupational therapist; on-road evaluation and training with a licensed driving instructor may also be recommended.

10 program centers offer a wide range of assistance through education, advocacy, flexible services, and respite options Emergency Respite Care, Specialized Foster Care-for children and adults.

A non-profit therapeutic riding program offering equine thera- pies and utilizing a ramp and mounting block to enable individ- uals with a variety of disabilities to mount a horse easily.

Provides vocational training for the developmentally disabled, school to work programs, substance abuse and transportation services.

Using an arts-based curriculum, mentors help kids who have learning disabilities and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder understand their way of learning and building self- esteem.

The only program in Massachusetts focusing on parental mental health is a collaborative partnership with University of Massa- chusetts Medical School, and AstraZeneca.

Provides affordable resources and social opportunities to people of all ages with special needs as well as their families, educators, and greater communities in the state of Massachusetts.

Civil legal service covering social security benefits, SSI, employ- ment and housing issues. Offices in Fitchburg, Northampton, Pittsfield, Worcester, Greenfield, Holyoke, Milford, North Adams and Southbridge.

Provides Central Massachusetts with an internet gateway to local and worldwide disability resources and events. Community gateway also includes a statewide email support group.

Multi-service, multi-cultural community center for family and individual empowerment and advocacy services; coordinates community activities and support, offers counseling and mental health services, and serves as a DDS Family Support Center.

An all volunteer, non-profit organization that gives children with disabilities a chance to play baseball as part of a team in an organized league at no cost to their family.

FSP serves at-risk students and their families who do not meet the criteria for state agency services. All FSP services are volun- tary, and students are referred by the school.