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Autism Society River Cities

The Autism Society River Cities, formerly known as the Huntington Area Autism Society, was founded in 1982 by Dr. Ruth Christ Sullivan. We are a local affiliate of the Autism Society of America. We are an all-volunteer organization. We provide information and support to individuals and their families living with Autism Spectrum Disorders. We serve the tri-state area consisting of eastern Kentucky, southern Ohio and western West Virginia. Part of our services includes connecting families with others who share similar circumstances. In addition, we provide activities for families to enjoy such as various holiday parties, gatherings for things like bowling and jumping on blow-ups at a jump house. We also have a library with up-to-date books that are made available for check out to our group.
Autism Society River Cities


Autism Services Center

ASC was founded on the belief that each person with an intellectual and/or developmental disability has the capacity for growth and development. Each individual has a right to services that enhance well-being, quality of life, and opportunities to learn. Each should have access to the most normal and least restrictive social and physical environments consistent with his or her needs. Those with even the most challenging behaviors can respond to dignified interaction in a structured, meaningful program with appropriately trained and supervised staff and the appropriate client/staff ratio. ASC encourages the use of best clinical practices and believes everyone has the right to effective treatment.
Autism Services Center


WV Autism Training Center

The West Virginia Autism Training Center was established by the West Virginia Legislature in 1984 and housed at Marshall University. Education and training services are provided throughout the state. The mission of the WV Autism Training Center is to provide support to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders as they pursue a life of quality. This is done through appropriate education, training and support for family members or guardians, professional personnel and others important in the life of a person with an autism spectrum disorder. Training is provided by highly skilled and appropriately experienced staff.
WV Autism Training Center at Marshall University