Free Clinics of Michigan (FCOM) is a network of volunteer-staffed free clinics that provide health care services to the uninsured or medically underserved within the State of Michigan.
, St. Clair
Bloomfield Hills Special Camp (SCAMP) provides a quality summer program for individuals with disabilities ages 3-26+ in Metro Detroit. Therapeutic recreation is at the core of the SCAMP program where campers enjoy age and skill appropriate activities from a caring staff that look forward to working with your child. Some activities include swimming in Walnut Lake, arts & crafts, music therapy, social skill development, and language activities.
Offers a comprehensive array of individual & group services for children, teens and adults with ASD and their families. Also offers services in the areas of mental health, disability and child & family services including respite care and employment services for adults with disabilities.
, Developmental Disability
, Medical Service
, Medical Services & Testing
, Transition to Adulthood
Offers Pediatric physical, occupational, and Speech & Language therapy, plus aquatic, music and massage therapy. Also runs a therapeutic summer camp for ages 4-14.
Located on 50 acres offering year round, therapeutic riding. Also offers Smiles on Saddles day camp. Clarkston,
Oakland University Center for Autism Research, Education and Support offers programs, special events, and recreation for children of all ages and families experiencing autism spectrum disorders, plus a variety of camps for children ages 3-18 with autism and an employable skill building program for adults with autism.
Offers adaptive basketball & bowling and social recreation for all ages and abilities. Also offers RARA SCAMP Summer Camp for young people with special needs design for campers that can be successful in a 3:1 camper/staff ratio.
The organization offers 6 week caregiver trainings to build family efficacy and advocacy skills.
The annual Autism Hero Walk raises funds for crucial programming in the state of Michigan. Autism Alliance of Michigan is leading Michigan on the path to becoming a top 5 state in which to raise a child with autism. The Walk begins with an energetic opening ceremony followed by a 1-mile walk through the Detroit Zoo. Immediately following the walk, attendees are encouraged to enjoy a day at the Zoo and post-walk activities at the events pavilion.
The Miracle League is a charitable organization that provides children with disabilities an opportunity to play baseball as a team member in an organized league.