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What  We Do

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Anchor of Hope offers a grant of up to $250.00 toward therapies, equipment, and other needs that are not covered by insurance. A proof of diagnosis is required. Families may apply for one scholarships per child per calendar year.

Middle Georgia COVID-19 Response Respite Care Facebook Group

Please visit our Facebook group for resources, and to support one another during this difficult time.


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Parents' Night Out is a monthly respite care program held on the first Friday of the month, September - May, open to children and young adults with a disability and their siblings. Registration is required.

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Anchor of Hope acts as a connection between families and local providers. Our Resources page includes links to providers' websites, research, and programs.

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Held annually on the last Saturday in April, the Autism Awareness Festival is a place for families and providers to interact and build awareness, inclusion, and education in the community.


The tournament takes place annually on Columbus Day at The Club at River Forest. All proceeds go toward growing our current programs and developing new programs that fit the needs of our community.

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