Abbie Rogers Civitan Camp
A camping experience for children and adults with significant disabilities.
ARC of Mississippi
The ARC provides BTY grants to help provide services in-home for children with disabilities. They have an educational specialist on staff who refers families to the appropriate resources.
704 North President Street
Camp Bratton Green
Camp Bratton Green offers Special Sessions including Camp Able, a ministry of Gray Center. Sessions include camp offerings for campers ages 10+ with Down syndrome or other genetic disorders.
1530 Way Road
The Children’s Center for Communication & Development – USM
Provides complete evaluations and therapies in all disciplines for children from birth to five years of age, all at no cost to parents.
The University of Southern Mississippi
Children’s Center for Communication and Development
J.B. George Building 109
118 College Drive, #5092
Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001
Clinton, MS Parks & Recreation
The ABILITIES Programs includes a variety of sports, events and activities scheduled throughout the year for individuals ages 6+ with disabilities. Includes: TOPSoccer, Tennis, Challenger League Baseball, Basketball and Bowling
300 Jefferson Street
Clinton, MS 39060
Junior Auxiliary of McComb
Junior Auxiliary of McComb is a non-profit organization that strives to help individuals with special needs enjoy a camp experience.
Betsy Murrell, Director
High Hopes Farms
The therapeutic horseback riding program at High Hopes Farms in Madison, MS is a PATH (Professional Horsemanship International) instructor member facility that serves clients with disabilities.
196 W. Sowell Road
Madison, MS 39110
Hope Hollow works to enrich the lives of children and adults with special needs by providing fun, meaningful camps and programs in a Christian based environment filled with love, adventure, compassion, and fellowship.
Joni and Friends
Joni and Friends works together with local churches and organizations, forming outreach programs throughout the community and ministering hope and the message of Christ to those who face daily challenges of life with a disability.
The Little Light House is a tuition-free Developmental Center that has been making a difference in the lives of hundreds of children with special needs.
Ridgeland, MS Parks & Recreation Special Needs Programs
304 Highway 51,
Ridgeland MS 39157
HOOPS Basketball is a program designed for children with special needs. Games are held in January and February utilizing volunteer coaches and assistants.
This spring and fall soccer program is offered to children ages 5 and up who are mentally and/or physically challenged. Registration occurs in the summer and winter.
c/o SMCSO TOPSoccer Program
PO Box 767
Madison, MS 39130
- TOPSoccer Jamboree
TOPSoccer Jamboree is designed for boys and girls ages 5-18 with special needs. This event provides a day of fun while teaching basic soccer skills.
- Challenger League Baseball
Challenger League is a baseball/softball program adapted for physically/mentally challenged youth.
Magnolia Speech School
Mississippi Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities
The MSCCD is a coalition of organizations and individuals who have joined to advocate for and promote the full and equal participation of all Mississippians with disabilities in all aspects of life.
Mississippi Department of Education
Mississippi Parent Training and Information Center
Provides information, resources, support and training that allows you to help your child meet his or her educational goals. It also includes resources for what he or she needs to lead a productive and independent adult life.
MSU – T.K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability
The Mission of the T.K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability is to ensure that persons with disabilities are able to continually benefit from technological solutions and advances in the field of assistive technology.
Project Start provides on a loan-basis appropriate technology-related services for Mississippians with disabilities.
RideABILITY is a NARHA member therapeutic riding center that proudly serves the Jackson, MS metro area. They offer classes that help build confidence, balance, strength and coordination while students learn to ride horses.
Special Olympics of Mississippi
Offers a variety of sports opportunities for individuals with special needs.
University of Alabama Intellectual Disabilities Participation Registry
The purpose of the Intellectual Disabilities Participant Registry is to engage with families of children and adults with intellectual disabilities interested in participating in psychological research studies. The studies that they work with address topics such as memory, language, and learning. Families can help researchers better understand intellectual disability and how to meet its challenges by enrolling in the participant registry.
Willowood Developmental Center
Willowood provides a daycare setting where children with or without disabilities can learn in an inclusive environment with developmentally appropriate learning centers.