The Jericho School is a private non-profit school for children with autism and other developmental disabilities. It provides comprehensive individualized instruction that is based on the science of
Dr. James A. Joyner, IV; Dr. Kia M. Mitchell; Dr. Thanh Minh Nguyen
The JAX Intracoastal clinic of American Family Care serves the area with walk-in treatment of most urgent care needs.
6th - 12th grade.
Ages infant through VPK.
Kindergarten - 12th grade.
Anas Al-Yazji, MD; Anna Jung, MD; Diana Johnson, MD; Faye Barclay-Shell, MD; Rachel Egbujor, MD; Shawna Hamiliton, MD; Su Su Hankhin, MD; Sara Erickson, MD
Age 2 years old through VPK.
2nd - 7th grade.
Ages 16 months through VPK.
Hope Haven’s multi-disciplinary team provides educational, psychological and related therapeutic services for children, families and young adults with special needs.
The ILRC is a non-profit, 501(c)3, assisting people with disabilities in NE Florida. The Center stands as Jacksonville’s leading cross-disability based organization, providing personalized services to people with disabilities.
Volunteer opportunities with homeless animals for ages 16 and older.
In an effort to reduce juvenile crime and instill positive values, character and leadership skills, PAL provides safe activities for the youth of Jacksonville.
The Jericho School is a private non-profit school for children with autism and other developmental disabilities. It provides comprehensive individualized instruction that is based on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis and B.F. Skinner’s analysis of Verbal Behavior.
Provides transportation to and/or from schools located on the Southside and Mandarin. They also provide transportation to Extra Curricular activities, daycares, even doctor’s visits.
Specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of Communication Disorders and Processing Disorders.
The East Pointe Church chapter of MOPS (Moms of Preschoolers) meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month from September to May.
Kindergarten - 8th grade.
New Heights works with infants and children who have special needs due to established conditions such as Downs syndrome, cerebral palsy, hydrocephalus, seizures, spina bifida, autism, and other developmental disorders or conditions caused by intraventricular hemorrhage, low-birth weight, failure to
Reaches out to disadvantaged youth and families.