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Aspergers Support Groups Illinois -

Asperger's Syndrome Support Group (SEAPCO)
Resources & support
5000 S. Adams
Barton, IL 61607
309-697-0880 x265
 Southern IL Child and Family Conn.
Parent Information
1108 W. Willow
Carbondale, IL 62903
618-549-8137 fax (fax)
Asperger Syndrome Support Awareness of Central IL
Support Groups for Central Illinois
Dianna Noble
Central Illinois, IL 
 Developmental Services Center
Parent to Parent
1304 W. Bradley
Champaign, IL 61821
217-356-9851 fax (fax)

Courage to Connect Therapeutic Center
2400 Ravine Way
Unit 600
Glenview, IL 60025
Dr. Michael J. Clatch
 Chicago Southside Autism Support Group (CSASG)
Support groups & web site
Miriam McCann
Chicago, IL 
Illinios Next Steps - Parents Reaching Parents
Parent to Parent
100 W. Randolph Suite. 8-100
Chicago, IL 60601
800-275-3677 (in IL)
312-814-5849 fax (fax)

Autism Support Group
Emily Dobson
Decatur, IL 
 Macon Resources, Inc.
Support groups, respite care, trainings
2121 Hubbard Ave.
Decatur, IL 62524-2760
GRASP Chicago
Support group for adults on the autism spectrum
Evanston Hospital, Room 1711
Evanston, IL
 Illinois Center for Autism
548 South Ruby Lane
Fairview, IL 62208-2614
618-394-9869 fax (fax)

Northwest Illinois Autism Support Group
Support group
1255 W. Lincoln Blvd.
Freeport, IL 61032
North Suburban ASA
support group
Richard A. Fink, Pres,
7503 Wilson Terrace
Morton Grove, IL 60053
 Teen Support Group
Brian King
Naperville, IL
parent support group
2900 W. Heading Ave.
Peoria, IL 61604
Family Support Network
5739 West Martindale Lane
Peoria, IL 61615
309-693-8962 fax (fax)
 Northwestern Illinois Association
3626 E. State St.
Rockford, IL 61108
Support Group for Parents of children with Asperger's Syndrome
Susie Smith
Cardinal Drive Church of Christ 2300 Cardinal Drive
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
 Asperger syndrome Support & Awareness of Central Illinois
Information and support
Diana Noble
Springfield, IL
 Family Ties Network
Parent Information
830 S. Springs Street
Springfield, IL 62704
800-865-7842 (in IL)
217-544-6018 fax (fax)
Sparc Inc., Family Support Services
Resources, respite care, support, summer camp
232 Bruns Ln.
Springfield, IL 62702
217-793-2100 x191


Autism Society Peoria Chapter   
c/o Easter Seals   
507 East Armstrong Ave   
Peoria    Illinois    61603

Autism Society Illinois Chapter   
2200 South Main Street Suite 205       
Lombard    Illinois    60148-5366

Autism Society Central Illinois   
PO Box 8781       
Illinois    62791-8781

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