Community Resources for People With Disabilities
The Chattanooga Autism Center is a parent and advocacy driven organization that provides services for children and adults with autism spectrum disorders and their families. We also build awareness and advocacy about autism in our region. For more information about our services and events, you can visit our website or give us a call at 423-531-6961.
Signal Centers' programs include educational and therapeutic services to children of all abilities; day services for adults, assessments, skill training, job development, and support services for adults; assistive technology consultations, training and support for individuals with disabilities, as well as professionals in the field; and training, resources and referrals to families and child care providers.
Signal Centers' mission is to strengthen children, adults and families through services focusing on disabilities, early childhood education, and self-sufficiency.
For more information, please go to our website, or visit us on Facebook and Twitter: facebook.com/signalcenters and twitter.com/signalcenters.
Partnership’s Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing serves 22 counties in Tennessee and 4 in the state of Georgia. Services available to the deaf, deaf-blind, and hard of hearing include, but are not limited to: independent living skills; peer counseling, outreach and referrals; as well as workshops, activities and social events. These services are offered free of charge to clients.
As the only nonprofit interpreting agency in our area, your decision to use Partnership’s Interpreting Services allows us to serve those in need. The fees generated by our Interpreting Services fund our organization’s mission to break the cycle of poverty; better the lives of foster children; heal victims of domestic and sexual abuse; protect the elderly; house the homeless, and connect the deaf community with services that increase their ability to live independently.
Psychology Today is a well refined search tool that helps you find the therapist that you need. Search by zip code, then narrow your search results based on what your psychiatric needs might be. This even includes finding psychiatrists that can provide testing and evaluations for providing diagnoses.