Judy Newsome, Operations & Program Supervisor—Specialized Recreation & Inclusion
(919) 462-2027 | Email
Laura Morton LRT, CTRS, Specialized Recreation & Inclusion Program Specialist
(919) 462-3961 | Email
Cary is currently under a Stay-at-Home order in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most public-facing and staffed facilities are closed to the public, including Town Hall. All playgrounds are closed but greenways, parks, and park restrooms remain open at this time. Some services have been canceled or are limited. Learn more.
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Arts Access is dedicated to increasing access to North Carolina's thriving arts community for children and adults with disabilities.
The Autism Society of North Carolina provides support and promotes opportunities that enhance the lives of individuals within the autism spectrum and their families.
Bridge II Sports educates, develops and implements opportunities for youth and adults with physical disabilities to play individual, team and recreational sports, finding the player within.
The CFF Carolina Challengers provides a fun, safe and structured environment for young athletes to be on a team and enjoy the great sports of flag football and cheer.
Community Partnerships, Inc. provides direct services to children and adults with developmental disabilities, adults with brain injuries, and adults with mental illnesses and/or substance use disorders. The CPI team is made up of experienced therapists, job coaches, case managers, and other professionals.
The Department of Health and Human Services manages the delivery of health- and human-related services for all North Carolinians, especially our most vulnerable citizens – children, elderly, disabled and low-income families.
Easter Seals UCP works side-by-side with adults and children who are managing disabilities and mental health challenges. Serving as a nurse, a therapist, a social worker, a job counselor, a teacher, a psychologist, a caregiver and a compassionate friend all rolled into one.
First in Families provides direct family support to meet the requests of individuals and families for needed goods and services to enhance their ability to live and thrive in the community.
GiGi’s Playhouse Down Syndrome Achievement Center offers free therapeutic and educational programming to individuals with Down syndrome and their families.
GoCary provides safe, clean, reliable and efficient transit service within the Town of Cary.
Life Experiences operates five small businesses which offer employment to adults with developmental disabilities while at the same time providing valuable services and products to the community.
Lucy Daniels Center helps children with emotional, mental and social challenges succeed through in-depth evaluation and treatment, family involvement and education.
North Carolina Down Syndrome Alliance empowers, connects, and supports the lifespan of individuals with Down syndrome, their families, and the community through outreach, advocacy, and education in North Carolina.
NCSCIA enables people with spinal cord injury and disease (SCI/D) to achieve their highest level of independence, health, and personal fulfillment by providing resources, services, and peer support.
Pathways for People, Inc.’s mission is to provide the highest quality of person centered services to individuals with disabilities within their chosen environment.
Project Enlightenment is an early childhood education and intervention program of the Wake County Public School System, serving teachers and parents of young children, ages birth through kindergarten.
Special Olympics NC provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
The Arc of the Triangle, Inc. supports children and adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities [I/DD] in the achievement of their personal goals and dreams in our community through partnership and advocacy.
Miracle League of the Triangle creates positive life experiences for children and adults with special needs and for their families through baseball.
Working collaboratively to get children and their families to YES Y- Youth success, E- Early childhood success and S- Stable homes – all are pillars for happy, healthy, and thriving families. "YES" gets families to hope, dignity, self-sufficiency, and self-respect.
Wake County Human Services is the consolidation of programs and services that include social services, public health, housing and transportation.
WCPSS provides special education and related services according to the federal mandates of the Individual with Disabilities Act and the regulations of the North Carolina Public School Law, Article 9.