At Community Partnerships, families play an important role in the work that we do. In all of our programs we partner with parents, legal guardians, and other family members to help every individual achieve success.
We know that everyone needs the involvement and support of family and loved ones. We also know that, more often than not, families are on the front line when it comes to advocating for services, providing care and support, and planning for the future.
We work hard to help families address their concerns and needs – whether they are raising a young child with a disability, caring for an adult child with a disability, or helping a young person complete their education or find employment.
Although all of our programs focus on family involvement and participation, the list below highlights those programs specifically designed for children and youth and/or their families:
If you are a family member of an adult with a disability click here to learn more about programs that can help.
Are you a parent of a young child with a disability? Read the North Carolina Infant-Toddler program Parent Handbook to learn more about what services are available for your child.
Meet other parents who have children and youth enrolled in our programs and see what they have to say.