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Our mission is to earn the privilege of being a trusted partner to the community and to always be the reminder that a diagnosis is not an ending point, but merely a place to begin. Our main focus has, is and always will be to restore hope during times of challenge and vulnerability. We are built on the values that parents and families care most about, because we are those families too.

HOPE Group provides behavior analytic services to those diagnosed with developmental and neurological disorders, including individuals affected by autism spectrum disorder. All of HOPE Group’s programs are based on applied behavior analysis (ABA) and grounded in evidence-based practices.

Established in 1997, HOPE Group was inspired by a young boy named James, who was diagnosed with Autism at the age of two. Today HOPE Group serves hundreds of families across the state of Arizona.

Click here to learn more about James.

HOPE Group offers families and schools access to comprehensive evaluations and intensive behavior supports. In addition, respite care services are available. HOPE Group is a qualified vendor with the Arizona Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), and accepts most private insurance. HOPE Group aims to maximize the potential in all children with developmental disabilities and neurological disorders.

Our clinical leadership team, comprised of Ph.D. and Masters level professionals, possess extensive experience and training in the assessment and treatment of Autism and related disorders. Our clinical staff are also experts in early intervention and the assessment and treatment of severe and complex behavior disorders. With a wide continuum of services, families and organizations have access to evidence-based treatments and supports.

All of our clients are unique in their needs and abilities and require providers who are attentive to that individuality. The encouragement and support you will provide may be this child’s only chance to learn. What better gifts can you give a child than a sense of value and their own independence?

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