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3Circle Church SOAR Special Needs Ministry

10274 Highway 104, Fairhope, AL, 36532  map

The staff and volunteers that make up SOAR ministry are passionate about caring for individuals with disabilities. Our goal is to provide a safe, nurturing, Gospel-centered program for families affected by disability. SOAR meets on the South Campus during 3 Circle Church's 9:45 service on Sundays.

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Phone: (251) 990-3112




Bay City Gymnastics

8534 Well Road, Daphne, AL, 36526  map

Gymnastics develops strength, flexibility, kinesthetic awareness, muscular control, endurance, coordination, agility, speed, balance, posture and poise while having fun! Contact us today to find out about our Special Needs programs & classes.

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Phone: (251) 621-2112




Dance Without Limits at Creative Outlet Dance

66 South Section Street, Fairhope, AL, 36532  map

Improving the lives of special needs individuals through the power of dance! Any kid. Any adult. Any disability. Ages Preschool - adult. Fairhope class meets on Tuesdays at 5:15pm.

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Phone: (251) 610-4969




Exceptional Foundation of the Gulf Coast

28788 North Main Street, Daphne, AL, 36526  map

A 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization that provides social and recreational opportunities to the special needs community of Baldwin and Mobile counties. We offer art, cooking, dance, sign language, yoga, Special Olympics, community field trips & so much more. EFGC is open Monday - Thursday from 7:50am - 6pm. For more information contact Candice Dodson, Program Director.

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Phone: (251) 625-8955




Sea Stars Camp

101 Bienville Boulevard, Dauphin Island, AL, 36528  map

This three-day buddy camp is designed for students with special needs and their guardians to explore the Gulf of Mexico. Come discover the marine habitats on and around Dauphin Island by boat and bus, including Mobile Bay, the salt marsh, and the beach.

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Phone: (251) 861-2141 ext. 7515



Adaptive recreation equipment for the physically challenged. Wheelchair accessories, daily living, replacement parts, bath and shower accessories, Lifts, safety equipment, ramps, manual and power chairs, etc.

(800) 634-4351,


Mobility and independence for those with disabilities. Amtryke therapeutic tricycles to people with disabilities, educational scholarships for therapists, building home access ramps, accessible playgrounds and more.

(800) 838-1845,

Autism Society of Alabama Sibshops

Sibshops are fun events where kids who have a sibling with a disability can play fun games

(251) 259-5553,

Baldwin County Special Olympics

Bay Minette, AL, 36507

For more information please call the office or contact Dawn Frenette.

(251) 972-6860,

BlueBird Pediatric Therapy, Inc. - Kids Yoga

6157 Airport Boulevard, Suite 205, Mobile, AL, 36608

Yoga for children with and without special needs. Yoga classes incorporate poses, breathing techniques and purposeful postures to strengthen the body, calm the nervous system, and teach a fun way to exercise. All poses can be adapted to meet the needs of each child. Pre-registration is required for classes which will run 1 day per week for 4-6 weeks.

(251) 287-0378,

Camp Bridges

1600 7th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL, 35233

A fun and educational environment for heart, kidney, liver and lung transplant recipients. Camps & educational programs for children, young adults and families in Alabama and neighboring states.


Camp Mash

P.O. Box 850548, Mobile, AL, 36685

Camp M.A.S.H. is a weeklong recreational program for children ages 7 to 17 with a form of juvenile arthritis or a related autoimmune disease.

(251) 599-5688,

Camp Seale Harris

500 Chase Park South (Suite 104), Birmingham, AL, 35244

Camp Seale Harris is the founding program of Southeastern Diabetes Education Services. Overnight & Day Camps for Elementary - Senior High. Teen Leadership, Fall, Spring & Summer Family Camps.

(205) 402-0415,

Camp Smile-A-Mile

1600 2nd Avenue South, Birmingham, AL, 35233

Smile-A-Mile's mission is to provide hope, healing of the spirit and love for the whole family during the childhood cancer journey.

(205) 323-8427 or (888) 500-7920,


2701 Airport Boulevard, Mobile, AL, 36608

We offer a summer camp, teen weekend, sibling weekend, family fun day, deep sea fishing trip, winter exchange program, and hospital outreach program for children who have been diagnosed with cancer.

(251) 476-9880,

Children's Harbor Family Center & Camp

1600 6th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL, 35233

Our program provides children with serious illnesses and their families a place to be themselves and have fun while receiving no-cost services to make life easier for the whole family.

(205) 638-6123,

Disabled Sports USA

451 Hungerford Drive (Suite 608), Rockville, Maryland, 20850

Providing opportunities for individuals to build confidence and fitness through sports, recreation and educational programs. Visual impairments, amputations, spinal cord & head injuries, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, neuromuscular/orthopedic conditions, autism and more.

(301) 217-0960,

Exceptional Arts Drama by Sunnyside Theater

63 Midtown Park East, Mobile, AL, 36606

Fun and creative theater classes for children and adults with special needs. Tuesday nights from 6:00pm - 8:00pm.

(251) 510-1808,

Hope Outdoors

P.O. Box 1421, Chatom, AL,

Spreading the love of God and the great outdoors to those with special needs. Fishing, deer and bird hunts. Free to participants and their families. Apply at

(251) 769-5642,

Lakeshore Foundation

4000 Ridgeway Drive, Birmingham, AL, 35209

Lakeshore Foundation is a fitness, recreation, sport and research organization for people with physically disabling conditions. Find us on Facebook!

(205) 313-7400,

Miracle League of Coastal Alabama

1545 Gulf Shores Parkway, Gulf Shores, AL,

Currently raising funds to build an all-inclusive playground and Miracle League baseball field in Summerdale where our special needs community can interact with family/friends with no limitations.

(251) 978-3423,

SNAP (Special Needs Athletes Program)

1952 E Clarke Rd, Mobile, AL, 36695

S.N.A.P. Giving developmentally disabled citizens an opportunity to participate in the recreational sport of bowling.

(251) 366-9978,

Special Olympics of Alabama

880 South Court Street, Montgomery, AL, 36104

Special Olympics Alabama offers competition, coaching and volunteer opportunities in a variety of olympic-type sports.

(334) 242-3383 or 800-239-3898,

Water Planet Dolphin Therapy

203 Greenwood Drive, Panama City Beach, FL, 32407

Dolphin encounters, expressive art, massage and music provide experiences for children with physical disabilities, spectrum disorders, depression, ADHD, head and spinal cord injuries and developmental delays.

(850) 230-6030,

We Rock the Spectrum Kid's Gym

1802 A US Highway 98, Daphne, AL, 36526

A sensory-safe gym for kids of ALL abilities to play and grow together! Occupational therapy equipment, unique classes, birthday parties, trampoline, zipline, arts and crafts.

(251) 355-6178,

Westside Buddy-Ball League

1001 Schillinger Road , Mobile, AL, 36695

Westside Buddy Ball is a program for mentally and physically challenged youth between 5 - 21 years of age in an athletic environment structured to their abilities.

(251) 680-2744,

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