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MO-FEAT is an organization of concerned parents, practitioners, and educators who volunteer their experience and expertise to serve this population of individuals affected by autism and their families.

The group is led by a mental health professional from Ozark Center. Special speakers on a wide variety of topics relevant to parents are often invited. The group meets the first Tuesday of each month from 6-8pm in the Freeman Business Center…

The group works to provide resources to the community and raise awareness for all developmental disabilities. The meet the second Tuesday of each month in the CC links building.

The group meets during the school year on the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm. Serving Taney, Stone and Ozark counties.

M.O.C.H.A. is a group created by moms! Our goal is to create an avenue for moms to connect with other moms and have a place for our children to make friends in a safe, supportive, and accepting atmosphere.

Offers educational and support groups, and mental health resources, for families dealing with mental illness. Peer Support Hotline is available 365 days a year.

Supporters of children with additional needs.

SWAN meetings are a positive place to connect with other parents on this journey called autism! It’s a great time to encourage others – and be encouraged yourself. Guest speakers are frequently invited to come share valuable information…