Project HOPE Foundation

UPDATED: August 4, 2020

Project HOPE Foundation was founded in 1997 by moms looking for services for their young sons with autism. Since then, our programs have expanded into an innovative lifespan of autism services. We are broad in our scope, serving across ages (from toddlers to young adults), across the spectrum of autism, and across programs (ABA therapy, our own school and support in other local schools, adult services, social groups, life skills, community outreach, professional trainings). We have 7 campuses in upstate South Carolina, and we also work in homes and in the community. We individualize our approach within programs to meet the unique needs of each specific person.

Our therapy and adult services have been honored to be designated as United Way of the Piedmont's programs of excellence. Our educational program, accredited through SCISA, received the Education Spirit Award through the Community Foundation of Greenville, Greenville Journal, and Town Magazine. Based on our use of funding, we received the Angel Award from the SC Secretary of State.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance


2131 Woodruff Rd.
Suite 2100, PMB 358
Greenville, SC 29607
United States



(864) 676-0028



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