Supports the academic, social, and emotional growth of stu- dents impacted by homelessness through tutoring, mentoring, and providing backpacks and school supplies.

Statewide network of Special Education Parent Advisory Coun- cils (PACs). Support and coordinates the development of Special Education PACs in each school district.

Residential care and support for individuals, ages 8-22, chal- lenged with Prader-Willi Syndrome, Asperger’s Syndrome, Bipolar Disorder, reactive Attachment Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and developmental and educational disabilities.

Online database profiles 200,000 public, private and charter schools pre-K to grade 12; offers articles, worksheets and videos to help parents support learning at home.

Provides information, support, and assistance to parents of children with disabilities, their professional partners, and their communities. Services include through such services as its web- site, publications, phone consultation, conferences, workshops, publications and many others.

Free, online Guides for parents of children with developmental disabilities to help them navigate through difficult processes such as how find out if a child qualifies for special education, and access social security (SSI) and other disability benefits.

State-specific resources for state and local education and early intervention systems, sample letters (in 13 languages), litera- ture search tool, and parent centers, families and educators to improve programs and results for children with disabilities.

A range of services including COMPASS School, a day program in Jamaica Plain, Holden School, a middle/high school program in Chelsea, and supports for families who have involvement with the Department of Children and Families.

The first day school in the country for children with physical and medical challenges to learning. We also operate HOPE House, a post- graduate transitional residence serving 8 young adults.

Provides educational, residential, therapeutic, medical, clinical and behavioral services to children and adults living with severe to profound mental and physical disabilities. :

A therapeutic after-school program for youth ages 6-11 who have experienced traumatic events or negative circumstances in their lives. Provides clinical and case management services designed to improve youths’ functioning in all domains.

826 Boston is a nonprofit organization dedicated tosupporting students ages 6 to 18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. Each of our free programs seeks to strengthen each student’s power to express ideas.