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Alabama Department of Children’s Rehabilitation Service

1610 Center Street, Suite A

Mobile, AL  36604

432-4560

www.rehab.state.al.us

 


Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services

2419 Gordon Smith Drive

Mobile, AL  36617

479-8611

www.rehab.state.al.us

 


ALL KIDS

P.O. Box 303017

Montgomery, AL 36130-3017

1-888-373-5437

www.adph.org/allkids/

 


Augusta Evans Special School

100 North Florida Street

Mobile, AL  36607

221-5400

 


Continuous Learning Center

1870 Pleasant Avenue

Mobile, AL  36617

221-2122

 


Goodwill Easter Seals of the Gulf Coast

2448 Gordon Smith Drive

Mobile, AL  36617

471-1581

www.goodwill-easterseals.org

 


The Learning Tree

4979 Lott Road

Mobile, AL  36613

649-4420

www.learning-tree.org

 

 

Mobile Mental Health Project Achieve

1870 Pleasant Avenue

Mobile, AL  36617

221-2122 or 450-2240

 


Lion’s Club of Mobile/The Loop

432-7777

 


Mobile Association for the Blind

2440 Gordon Smith Drive

Mobile, AL  36617

473-3585

www.mobileblind.org

 


Mobile Association for Retarded Citizens

2424 Gordon Smith Drive

Mobile, AL  36617

479-7409

www.mobilearc.org

 


Mulherin Custodial Home

2496 Halls Mill Road

Mobile, AL  36606

471-1998

 


Parents As Partners

576 Azalea Road, Suite 105

Mobile, AL  36609

478-1208

www.parentsaspartnersineducation.com

 


Southwest Alabama Regional School for the Deaf & Blind

3980 Burma Road

Mobile, AL  36693

221-5454

 


Be Responsible…

Be A Parent
Custodial care in a home-like atmosphere for children who are mentally or physically challenged Comprehensive program for sensory-impaired children. Services include job training and job placement, adjustment services, & sheltered employment  (Must be 19 years or older). Group training and individual assistance for parents on the needs and rights of children with disabilities provides eyeglasses and examinations for indigent persons; referral required.
Residential services, day programs, & job training for adults with mental or physical disabilities
-After school therapeutic program for dually diagnosed (mentally ill/mentally retarded) children & teens.  Also, individual, family, and group counseling along with case management.  649-442

 

 

 VISION STATEMENT 

THE JUVENILE COURT OF MOBILE COUNTY IS COMMITTED TO PROVIDING JUSTICE, PROTECTION, AND INSPIRATION THROUGH GUIDANCE, ACCOUNTABILITY, EDUCATION, AND EFFECTIVE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS THEREBY EMPOWERING OUR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES TO REALIZE THEIR FULLEST POTENTIAL.