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Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC)

UPDATED: September 29, 2020

Established in 1997, Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) is dedicated to autism research, education, evidence-based treatment, and community outreach. Additionally, SARRC is one of the only autism organizations in the world that provides a lifetime of services for individuals and their families while also conducting cutting edge research.
SARRC’s programs are grounded in applied behavior analysis (ABA) with a focus on naturalistic teaching in inclusive environments, including home, school, on the job, or in the community. SARRC provides support through children’s services, teen and adult services, diagnostic services, family and community services, and ongoing research studies.
Each of SARRC’s services are guided by best practice models and the most currently available science to increase independence and produce meaningful outcomes for the children, teens, adults and families we serve. Visit www.autismcenter.org for more information.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Spanish
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • Private Insurance

Address:

300 N 18th Street
Phoenix , AZ 85006
United States

Website:

SARRC Website Find out more about SARRC Services

Phone:

602-606-9806

Email:

intake@autismcenter.org

Our Autism Response Team (ART) is specially trained to connect people with autism, their families, and caretakers to information, tools, and resources.

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