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Find Your Parent Center

Find Your Parent Center

There are nearly 100 Parent Training and Information Centers (PTIs) and
Community Parent Resource Centers (CPRCs) in the US and Territories

  • Working with families of infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities, birth to 26
  • Helping parents participate effectively in their children’s education and development
  • Partnering with professionals and policy makers to improve outcomes for all children with disabilities

Find your Parent Center below listed alphabetically by state or U.S. Territory.
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Alabama Parent Education Center (APEC) – PTI
Contact10520 US Highway 231Wetumpka, AL 36092Toll-Free: (866) 532-7660 (in AL)Phone: (334) 567-2252
Categories: Alabama
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Parent to Parent of Georgia, Inc. – PTI
Contact3070 Presidential Parkway, Suite 130Atlanta, GA 30340Toll-Free: (800) 229-2038Phone: (770) 451-5484
Categories: Georgia
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Maine Parent Federation – PTI
ContactP.O. Box 2067Augusta, ME 04338-2067Toll-Free: (800) 870-7746 (in ME)Phone: (207) 588-1933
Categories: Maine
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PTI Nebraska – PTI
Contact1941 S. 42nd St., Suite 205Omaha, NEToll-Free: (800) 284-8520 (in NE)Phone: (402) 346-0525
Categories: Nebraska
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Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities – PTI
Contact165 W. Center Street, Suite 302, 3rd FloorChase Bank BuildingMarion, OH 43302-3741Phone: (844) 382-5452, For Parents, ext 20, Martha Lause
Categories: Ohio
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Support and Training for Exceptional Parents, Inc. (STEP) – PTI
Contact712 Professional PlazaGreeneville, TN 37745Toll-Free: (800) 280-7837 (English toll-free in TN only)Toll-Free: (800) 975-2919 (Spanish toll-free in TN only)Phone: (423) 639-0125Phone: (423) 639-8802 (TDD)
Categories: Tennessee
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SOURCE ARTICLE: Center for Parent Information and Resources