The First In Families local Chapters offer support to families and individuals according to their self-defined needs. Examples of supports include computers, home furnishings or modifications, childcare or respite, or repairs to vehicles. Support can also be the connecting of an individual to vocational, social, and educational opportunities in the community; whatever it takes - for people to live and participate fully in their community.
The Stogner Scholarship for Autism, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to raising money for local children in North Carolina affected by autism spectrum disorder and other related disabilities. Scholarships will help to pay for the much-needed and well-deserved therapies, doctor visits, medications and other early interventions.