Children with Special Needs

Michigan Alliance for Families

  • Phone: 800-552-4821
  • Email:
Children with Special Needs, Schools & Education

Michigan Alliance for Families  is a statewide resource to connect families of children with disabilities to resources to help improve their children’s education.  We help facilitate parent involvement as a means of improving educational services and outcomes for students with disabilities.

Michigan Alliance can assist you in knowing your rights, effectively communicating your child’s needs, and advising how to help them develop and learn. 


  • Address: Oakland University, School of Education and Human Services, 2200 N. Squirrel Road, 420B Pawley Hall, Rochester, MI 48309
  • Phone: (248) 370-2424
Oakland, Children with Special Needs
• Programs for children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Programs for children age 2 years through adulthood
• Pee Wee Summer Day camp for ages 3 to 5 years
• Summer Day camps for ages 6 to 13 years
• Film camp for ages 10 to 20 years

Banbury Cross Therapeutic Equestrian Center

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  • Address: 1223 Brauer Road, Oxford, MI 48371
  • Phone: (248) 628-7433
Oakland, Children with Special Needs
• Therapeutic riding classes for children with both physical and mental disabilities
• Programs are offered year round
• Ages 4 and older

Community Network Services

  • Address:
  • Phone: (800) 615-0411 or (248) 745-4900
Oakland, Children with Special Needs
Counseling,  family support, substance abuse treatment, & supported employment
Several locations in Oakland County

Macomb-Oakland Regional Center

  • Address: 1270 Doris Road, Auburn Hills, MI 48326
  • Phone: (248) 276 -8086
Macomb, Oakland, Children with Special Needs

• Autism services offered-testing\diagnosis, ABA therapy, social skills groups, therapy, and play therapy.

• Offices in Macomb & Oakland Counties.

Judson Center, Autism Connections

  • Address: 4410 W. 13 Mile Rd, Royal Oak, MI 48073
  • Phone: (248) 549-4339
Oakland, Children with Special Needs
• Provides these services: Applied Behavior Analysis, social skills, play therapy, facilitated playdates, individual & family counseling, and family support.

Jack's Place

  • Address: 17360 W. 12 Mile Rd., Suite 204, Southfield, MI 48076
  • Phone: (248) 443-7427
Oakland, Children with Special Needs, Parenting & Family Support
• Provides families who are affected by Autism services for persons at any age with Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD) through a comprehensive menu of supportive, educational and referral services.

United Cerebral Palsy of Metro Detroit

  • Address: 23077 Greenfield Rd., Suite 205, Southfield, MI 48075
  • Phone: (248) 557-5070
Oakland, Children with Special Needs
Connects people with disabilities to the opportunities and resources needed to live productive and independent lives.


  • Address: 30301 Northwestern Highway, Suite 100, Farmington Hills, MI 48334
  • Phone: (248) 538-6611
Oakland, Children with Special Needs, Living Support
JARC is a Farmington Hills, Michigan-based nonprofit, nonsectarian agency dedicated to enabling people with developmental disabilities to live full, dignified lives in the community, and to providing support and advocacy for their families.

ARC of Oakland County

  • Address: 1641 West Big Beaver Road, Troy, MI 48084
  • Phone: (248) 816-1900
Oakland, Children with Special Needs

The ARC advocates for the rights and full participation of all children and adults with intellectual and other related developmental disabilities

Disability Network of Southwest Michigan

  • Website:
  • Address: 517 E. Crosstown Parkway Kalamazoo, MI 49001
  • Phone: (269) 985-0111
  • Email:
Barry, Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Cass, Kalamazoo, St. Joseph, Van Buren, Children with Special Needs, Community Education & Centers
• We provide services to people living in Barry, Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Cass, Kalamazoo, St. Joseph & Van Buren Counties who have a variety of disabilities, including physical, neurological, psychiatric, learning, cognitive, and sensory disabilities. Whether you were born with a disability or acquired a disability later in life through accident, illness or through the aging process, you are welcome here. We are a resource for friends and family members of people with disabilities as well as community professionals and other human service providers.
• What is unique about us is that we, too, are people with disabilities!  At least 51% of our Board of Directors and staff members identify as having some kind of disability.  Our philosophy has always been that people who live the disability experience are experts on disability issues, and that services we provide should be created with the direct input of those they will impact.  That makes us different from the traditional social services model.

Summer Services Guide


  • Website:
Children with Special Needs, Online
Able has changed into Able-differently, a non-profit community service to help build strength-based well being resources and positive mental health for children with special health care needs and their families

Parent to Parent of Southwest Michigan

  • Website:
Region 5, Kalamazoo, Children with Special Needs, Parenting & Family Support
Parent to Parent of Southwest Michigan is a non-profit community organization offering services at no cost to families who have children with disabilities or special needs.

Kristen Totten

Region 5, Kalamazoo, Children with Special Needs, Legal Advice
Education attorney who works with children with special needs.
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