Organizations for

Autism Families

Macomb Intermediate School District

Macomb Intermediate School District (MISD) is a coordinating school district based in Clinton Township, Michigan.  The MISD provides many organizations including Autism Society Affiliates with space to conduct meetings and events and shares resources with Macomb county families.


C C Plus

CCPlus is dedicated to providing fitness programs for people of all abilities. The My Chance to Dance program is designed for people of all abilities, allowing everyone the chance to express themselves in a supportive and encouraging environment.


Clinton Valley Little League Challenger Baseball

The Challenger Baseball program is chartered through Little League Baseball Inc. This program is for mentally and physically impaired children ages 5 and up (no age limit). CVLL provides ASD players scholarships to participate in their structured program so every child can play the game of baseball. 


Play-Place Autism & Special Needs Center

The Play-Place for Autistic Children is a recreational, educational and therapeutic facility whose mission is to provide a fun-filled, judgment-free, haven of hope for families affected by autism and other special needs.

Play Place has taken on the First responders training initiative, in which they conduct trainings locally to assure first responders are able to identify ASD individuals and are trained on appropriate ways to engage them.


Sterling Heights Parks & Rec, Adaptive Programs

The SHPR-AR is a special recreation program which serves children and adults that have physical and/or cognitive impairments. SHPR-AR provides the ASD community with a bowling league, teen dances (including a yearly Prom dance) and many more programs. They also host holiday events, including the yearly Christmas Party and offers scholarships for those with hardships.


Training & Treatment Innovations, Inc

TTI is a provider of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) services for children and adults with ASD. TTI provides the ASD community with FREE SibShops: a lively peer support group for school-age brothers and sisters of kids with special needs.


Oakland University

Disability Support Services, Oakland University

DSS-OU is the recipient of funds to provide the ASD community with college scholarships for ASD individuals to attend college

Oakland University Center for Autism Outreach Services

OU-CARES strives to improve quality of life for individuals with ASD, their families, and our community by providing quality and comprehensive programming across the lifespan. OU-CARES provides the ASD community with a bowling league and parent support groups among many other programs and offers scholarships for those with hardships.