Supporting Families With Children Who Have Special Needs

 

Family Support Network

Of Southern Piedmont

Welcome to Family Support Network of Southern Piedmont

A Parent-to-Parent Program

We believe that all families have strengths. However, having a child born prematurely or with a disability or other special needs can be overwhelming for most families. Trying to cope with your own feelings and emotions while dealing with hospital visits, doctor's appointments, and therapies can be challenging.  

 

We are here to help! 

 

Talking with another parent who has "been there" can answer with many of your questions and concerns and help you feel more confident about raising your child.  Through parent-to-parent matching, we will help you get connected with other families who have a child with a similar disability or health care concern as yours.  

 

 

Family Support Network

of Southern Piedmont

P.O. Box 824

Harrisburg, NC 28075

 

 

Phone: 980-522-8740

ccranford@fsnsp.org

Family Support Network™ of Southern Piedmont (FSN-SP) began in 1997 as a collaboration of Family Support Network™ of North Carolina, local stakeholders and parents of children with special needs.  Family Support Network™ of Southern Piedmont incorporated as a nonprofit in June 2011 and is a tax exempt 501(c)3.  FSN-SP is located at the Concord Children’s Developmental Services Agency (CDSA), 1065 Vinehaven Dr. NE, Concord, NC 28025.

FSN-SP is an affiliate of Family Support Network™ of North Carolina which is made up of regional programs across the state and the Family Support Program at the School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. We are also affiliated with Parent-to-Parent USA, a national agency that sets the standards of evidence based and best practice for family support programs across the United States.

Family Support Network of Southern Piedmont believes the greatest asset a child can have is a strong family. Our mission is to provide support, education and caring connections to families who have an infant born prematurely or a child with special needs.