Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Arc of Orange County: An organization that provides aadvocacy and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
- Autism Society of North Carolina: A statewide organization advocacy, training and education, and direct services to individuals with autism.
- Division TEACCH: A statewide organization offering research, training, and services for individual with autism spectrum disorder.
- Autism Speaks: The world's largest autism advocacy organization that sponsors autism research and conducts awareness and outreach activities.
Anxiety and Depression
- Anxiety and Depression Association of America: A national advocacy organization for individuals suffering from anxiety and depression.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- CHADD: The nation’s leading non-profit organization serving individuals with ADHD and their families.
Exceptional Children Resources
- ECAC (Exceptional Children’s Assistance Center): A private non-profit parent organization providing information, education, outreach, and support to and for families with exceptional children across the state of North Carolina.
General Mental Health
- Alliance Behavioral Health: Mental health, intellectual/developmental disabilities and substance use/addiction services in Durham and Wake Counties.
- Department of Health and Human Services: A government agency responsible for providing humans services to individuals in North Carolina, including mental health services.
- National Alliance for the Mentally Ill: The nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization to provide the resources, education, and support to help individuals living with mental illness.
- National Institute for Mental Health: The largest research organization in the world specializing in mental illness.
- Holly Hill Hospital Respond Program: A free, 24 hour, no appointment necessary assessment team provided to the community to individuals in need of emergency mental health assessment. (Call 919-250-7000 and ask for the "Respond Program")
- Mobile Crisis Units: Available at all times for individuals who may need support to prevent a crisis related to mental health, substance abuse, or intellectual/developmental disabilities.
- Go to your local emergency room or call 911!
- Tourette Syndrome Association: Provides educational information about Tourette Syndrome for patients, caregivers, and physicians.