The Collaborative Members


Listed below are the current members of the Youth Transitions Collaborative, click to their name to link to their website addresses and learn more information on each organization.

Collaborative Membership:

Advocates for Justice and Education, Inc.

American Association of People with Disabilities

Association of University Centers on Disabilities

Autistic Self Advocacy Network

Bridges From School to Work
A Marriott Foundation program

BroadFutures

Children's Brain Tumor Foundation

Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind

Cornerstone Montgomery, Inc.

DC Association for Special Education

DC Metro Business Leadership Network

DC Special Education Cooperative

Disabled Sports USA

District of Columbia Department on Disability Services

District of Columbia Office of the State Superintendent of Education, Division of Elementary, Secondary, and Specialized Education

District of Columbia Public Schools Office of Special Education

Easterseals

Girl Scouts Nation's Capital

Goodwill of Greater Washington

HSCSN

Institute for Educational Leadership

Kids Included Together

Latin American Youth Center

Linden Resources, Inc.

Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation

National Alliance to Advance Adolescent Health

National Council on Independent Living

National Health Foundation

PolicyWorks

Potomac Community Resources, Inc.

Physician – Parent Caregivers

Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities

SchoolTalk

See Forever Foundation and the Maya Angelou Schools

Smithsonian Institution Accessibility Program

Student Veterans of America

TASH

The Arc of the United States

The Children’s Partnership

The Coordinating Center

The George Washington University Graduate School of Education & Human Development

The George Washington University Public Health Clinical Research Site

The HSC Foundation

The Ivymount School

The Treatment and Learning Centers

The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars

TransCen, Inc.

United Cerebral Palsy

US Business Leadership Network

United States International Council on Disabilities

Wilderness Inquiry