On September 8, Spectrum Autism Support Group celebrated their ribbon cutting in Duluth, GA.
We are delighted to share a remarkable accomplishment in Spectrum Autism Support Group’s journey. With the increasing prevalence of autism, now affecting 1 in 36 individuals, we are pleased to announce the momentous opening of the Spectrum Autism Support Center in downtown Duluth. This significant milestone empowers us to serve a larger number of individuals and families impacted by autism.
For over 25 years, our nonprofit organization has been committed to serving Gwinnett County. Now, with the inauguration of our new facility, we can expand our reach and provide essential support, education, and resources for individuals and families impacted by autism. The Spectrum Autism Support Center not only enables us to enhance our existing programs but also introduces exciting new initiatives.
Among the exciting additions are increased respite opportunities, allowing caregivers to take much-needed breaks. We are also organizing parents’ night out events, providing parents with an opportunity to relax and recharge while their children enjoy a safe and supportive environment.
This expansion allows us to address the diverse needs of our community and offer tailored support for individuals at every stage of life. As we embark on this new chapter, we are genuinely excited about the positive impact it will have on our community. Together, we can make a difference and create a more inclusive and supportive environment for everyone.
Spectrum Autism Support Center: 2997 Main Street Duluth, GA 30096