Autism Society of America (ASA)-
The Autism SOCIETY of America exists to improve the lives of all people who are affected by autism. They do this by increasing public awareness about the day-to-day issues faced by people on the spectrum, advocating for appropriate services for individuals across the lifespan, and providing the latest information regarding treatment, education, research and advocacy.

Autism Society of Central Oklahoma (ASOCO)-

ASOCO’s members include parents, professionals and other interested members of the public as well as people with autism. They are dedicated to the education and welfare of all people with autism and other pervasive developmental disorders. They help and support people with autism, and their families as well as support legislation that expands and improves their services.

Developmental Disabilities Service Division-

DDSD’s mission is to help individuals and families who, themselves, need help to lead safer, healthier, MORE independent, and productive lives.      

National Institute of Mental Health -

The mission of NIMH is to transform the understanding and treatment of mental illnesses through basic and clinical research, paving the way for prevention, recovery and cure.

Oklahoma Autism Network (OAN)-

OAA is a bridge between 3 important organizations: Oklahoma FAMILY Center for Autism (OFCA), Oklahoma Autism Network (OAN), and the Oklahoma Statewide Autism Conference. This website offers great tools and information for those who need or offer support and have a vested interest in “World of Autism”.

Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS)-

OKDHS includes access to key online APPLICATIONS; programs and services information that target specific groups of people, career information, and accessibility compliant content for people with disabilities.

Oklahoma Developmental Disabilities Council (ODDC)-

The ODDC Council promotes quality services and programs that enable persons with DEVELOPMENTAL disabilities to realize increased independence, productivity, integration and inclusion in the community. Though not providers of direct services, the Council has assisted thousands of Oklahoman's to live, work, play, and learn in their own homes and in their own neighborhoods. ODDC is also responsible for overseeing Partners in Policymaking, a program designed for adults with disabilities, parents of children with disabilities who are too young to advocate for themselves, and advocates for persons with disabilities.

Oklahoma Parent Center (OPC)-

The Oklahoma Parents Center is the statewide parent training and information (PTI) center serving parents of children with disabilities. Their goal is to educate and support parents, families and professionals in building partnerships that meet the needs of children and youth with the full range of disabilities ages’ birth to 26.

Oklahoma State Department of Special Education –OSDE Special Education is a valuable resource and tool which can be used to support students, families, service providers, teachers and school personnel. The OSDE Special Education Services web site offers information and technical assistance to further enable family involvement, smooth transitions at all stages of the educational process and support.

Sibling Support Site - Website undergoing construction...!

Wings of Hope

Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services provides comprehensive and confidential services to individuals and families experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and child abuse or neglect.