Find Autism Support Groups and Resources in Your State (2023)

Welcome to the Autism Support Groups by State page! Here, you will find a comprehensive list of autism support groups across the United States. Whether you are a parent, caregiver, or individual on the autism spectrum, these organizations provide valuable resources, advocacy, and a strong support network.

From Alabama to Wyoming, each state has its dedicated autism support groups that strive to improve the lives of individuals with autism and their families. These groups offer various services, including educational workshops, social activities, support meetings, and access to essential resources.

Navigate through the list by clicking the respective state links to discover autism organizations and support networks near you. Each link will direct you to the organization’s website, where you can find more information and explore their services.

Whether you seek guidance, connection, or simply a community that understands, these autism support groups are here to provide the support you need. Together, let’s create a more inclusive and empowering environment for individuals with autism.

StateAutism Support Groups
AlabamaAutism Society of AlabamaAutism Shifts
AlaskaAlaska Autism Resource CenterAsperger/Autism Network
ArizonaAutism Society of Greater PhoenixSouthwest Autism Research & Resource Center
ArkansasArkansas Autism Resource & Outreach CenterAutism Speaks Arkansas
CaliforniaAutism Society of CaliforniaAutism Deserves Equal Coverage
ColoradoAutism Society of ColoradoFirefly Autism
ConnecticutAutism Services & Resources ConnecticutConnecticut Families for Effective Autism Treatment
DelawareAutism DelawareFOUNDATIONS Behavioral Health
FloridaCenter for Autism & Related Disabilities at USFAutism Society of the Palm Beaches
GeorgiaAutism Society of GeorgiaExtra Special People
HawaiiAutism Society of HawaiiAutism Cares
IdahoAutism Society of America – Idaho ChapterIdaho Parents Unlimited
IllinoisAutism Society of IllinoisAutism Home Support Services
IndianaAutism Society of IndianaAbout Special Kids
IowaAutism Society of IowaTanager Place
KansasAutism Society of the HeartlandFamilies Together
KentuckyAutism Society of the BluegrassParker’s Purpose
LouisianaAutism Society of Greater Baton RougeExtraordinary Lives
MaineAutism Society of MaineMaine Parent Federation
MarylandMaryland Coalition for AutismPathfinders for Autism
MassachusettsAutism Alliance of MetrowestAsperger/Autism Network
MichiganAutism Society of MichiganAutism Alliance of Michigan
MinnesotaAutism Society of MinnesotaFraser
MississippiMississippi Autism Advisory CommitteePartners in Policymaking
MissouriJudevine Center for AutismMissouri Autism Centers
MontanaAutism Society of MontanaSummit Independent Living Center
NebraskaAutism Society of NebraskaMunroe-Meyer Institute
NevadaAutism Coalition of NevadaOpportunity Village
New HampshireAutism Society of New HampshireCommunity Bridges
New JerseyAutism New JerseyStatewide Parent Advocacy Network
New MexicoAutism Society of New MexicoParents Reaching Out
New YorkAutism Society of America – New York ChapterAutism Speaks New York
North CarolinaAutism Society of North CarolinaTEACCH Autism Program
North DakotaAutism Society of North DakotaAnne Carlsen Center
OhioAutism Society of OhioAutism Alliance of Ohio
OklahomaAutism OklahomaGriffin Promise
OregonAutism Society of OregonNW ABA
PennsylvaniaAutism Society of PittsburghAustismLink
Rhode IslandAutism Project of Rhode IslandSibling Support Project of Rhode Island
South CarolinaSouth Carolina Autism SocietyChampion Autism Network
South DakotaSouth Dakota Parent ConnectionBlack Hills Special Services Cooperative
TennesseeAutism Society of East TennesseeAutism Tennessee
TexasAutism Society of TexasTexans for Special Education Reform
UtahAutism Council of Utah3E Love
VermontVermont Family NetworkBuilding Bright Futures
VirginiaAutism Society Central VirginiaCommonwealth Autism
WashingtonAutism Society of WashingtonNorthwest Autism Center
West VirginiaAutism Society of West VirginiaWest Virginia Autism Training Center
WisconsinAutism Society of WisconsinWisconsin Early Autism Project
WyomingAutism Society of WyomingWyoming Institute for Disabilities

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My name is Adi, and I am the proud parent of Saar, a lively 17-year-old who happens to have autism. I have created a blog, 101Autism.com, with the aim to share our family's journey and offer guidance to those who may be going through similar experiences. Saar, much like any other teenager, has a passion for football, cycling, and music. He is also a budding pianist and enjoys painting. However, his world is somewhat distinct. Loud sounds can be overwhelming, sudden changes can be unsettling, and understanding emotions can be challenging. Nevertheless, Saar is constantly learning and growing, and his unwavering resilience is truly remarkable.

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