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Down Syndrome Family Support and Advocacy Group (AKA Michiana Down Syndrome)

Last Update:10/19/2017
Contact:
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Address:P.O. Box 1454
Granger, IN 46530
County:St. Joseph
Phone:574-334-7734
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Website:www.michianadownsyndrome.org
Mission
Our mission is to help improve the lives of individuals with Down Syndrome and their families through education, advocacy, research, and fellowship.
Program Description
Serve St.Joseph, Marshall,  LaPorte, Elkhart and Starke counties in IN as well as Cass, Berrien and St. Joseph Counties in MI.
  • Support group - Meeting times and location are available on the website. 
  • Mom's Night Out - Times and locations are available on the website.
  • We have 'welcome' bags for new and expectant parents as well as prenatal information packets.
  • Transition bags for children graduating First Steps as well as for those entering High School..contact us for details.
  • Monthly get togethers for parents of children ages birth to 3.
  • Monthly events for children ages 4 to 7and their parents.
  • We also have monthly events for children ages 8 to 12 and their parents.
  • Teen and young adults meet monthly.
Contact info@michianadownsyndrome.org for details about these events. The Michiana Down Syndrome Resource Center is located at 2448 Miracle Lane, Mishawaka, IN 46545 (In the Town and Country Shopping Center) Please call 574-334-7734 for hours.
Financial
Non-for-profit 501c3 organization
Services
Advocacy
Down Syndrome
Education Scholarships
Family Support
Lending Library
On-line Community/Listserv/Social Media
Spanish speaking community/materials
Spanish Speaking Staff Available
Support Group
Counties Serviced
Elkhart
Laporte
Marshall
St. Joseph
Starke
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