Families who utilize Sunrise ABA’s service may be eligible for financial grants to cover the costs associated with our services.

Some of the organizations listed below offer assistance to families who meet their eligibility guidelines. Please contact the organizations listed below to get more information. Sunrise ABA is not affiliated with any of these organizations.

The following is a list of organizations that may offer grants to assist with the cost of services used in caring for people with autism:

Act Today awards grants of up to $5,000 with priority given to families with household incomes less than $100,000. Funding may be used for ABA, speech therapy, OT, meds and home safety devices. There are quarterly grant deadlines.

The American Autism Association’s national Autism Help Hotline welcomes your questions. Our team members are trained to provide personalized information and resources to people with autism and their families. Please keep in mind that our helpline does not provide direct services or assistance, such as treatment, legal services, and case management.
Anchor of Hope Foundation offers financial assistance to individuals who can provide a proof of diagnosis of a developmental disability to help cover the costs of therapy, education, equipment, and other direct needs of the individual not covered by insurance or Medicaid. The maximum scholarship amount is $250.00 per individual per calendar year.
Individuals with autism may be eligible to receive SSI to help support them financially.
CARE Grant Program is for helping families with medication, autism diagnosis/evaluation, therapy session (including speech, OT and ABA,) autism summer camps.
HEAL’s grant giving updates regularly.
Those fortunate enough to know Maggie Welby, know that Maggie was always willing to help others in any way possible. We would like to keep her memories alive by helping Maggie continue to make a difference in other’s lives. On behalf of Maggie Welby, The Maggie Welby Foundation would like to make a difference in your life by helping you pay your child’s tuition.
At Modest Needs, we all know from experience how hard it is to ask for help, even when you really need it. We’re happy that you’ve found us, and we’ll do everything we can to find a way to help you.
The mission of Small Steps in Speech is to help children with speech and/or language disorders take the steps needed to be better communicators.
The UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation (UHCCF) offers timely financial support to families, so they can focus on what is most important – improving the quality of life of their child. UHCCF grants help with medical expenses not covered, or not fully covered, by a family’s commercial health insurance.