Ally Behavior Centers

Early Intervention Center

Ally Behavior Centers

UPDATED: April 11, 2022

Ally Behavior Centers is a full-time, center-based, early intervention Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program focused on early learners with autism, ages 18 months to 6 years. Founded by clinicians in the DC metro area, we are dedicated to creating unique and innovative environments guided by experienced and effective therapists who are passionate about making a profound difference in the lives of children with autism and their families.

We strive to deliver a version of early intervention ABA therapy that feels like a partnership between each family and our team. While some clients come to us once they have a medical diagnosis for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), others are referred to us for the actual assessment. Wherever you are on your journey, we are prepared to join you and walk with you on that road.

From diagnosis to treatment, and beyond, the world of autism can be daunting to navigate. Ally Behavior Centers is equipped to be your partner and collaborate with each family as well as their health care team to provide early intervention ABA and related services each client needs to learn, grow and live their best lives.

  • Languages:
  • American Sign Language
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • N/A
  • Private Insurance


Ally Behavior Centers
4600 Powder Mill Road
Suite 250
Beltsville, MD 20705
United States



(301) 477-7194


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