Sandhills Classical Christian School wishes to Thank all parents who joined us for our 2013-2014 Kindergarten Informational Coffee held on Friday, January 25th. Wonderful discussions on curriculum, facilities, and the admissions process were heard by all. If you were unable to attend, Please join SCCS for our evening Open
The Autism Society of North Carolina, Moore County Chapter strives to create a community where people within the autism spectrum and their families receive respect, services, and support based on individual differences, needs, and preferences. What/Who: Group discussions with speakers on topics important to individuals on the autism spectrum and/or their
Boy Scouts of America Southern Pines Office Website: https://www.facebook.com/dogwooddistrictnc/?fref=photo Scouting for boys is divided into two phases: Cub Scouting (for boys in grades 1 to 5) and Boy Scouting (for boys at least 10 to 18 years old or have completed the fifth grade). In both phases, activities are used to achieve the aims
Girl Scouts of America - Moore County Southern Pines Office Website: nccoastalpines.org or girlscouts.org Scouting for girls is divided into four phases: Daisies (for girls in grades K to 1), Brownies (grades 1 to 3), Junior Girl Scouts (grades 3 to 6) and Teen Girl Scouts (grades 6 to 12). Girl scouting helps
US Equine Rescue League, Sandhills Chapter Website: userl.org or geocities.com/sandhills_region/homepage The Sandhills Chapter of the US Equine Rescue League is a non-profit organization dedicated to the compassionate care of equines. This chapter actively rescues abused, neglected or endangered equines, provides rehabilitation and finds them homes in the region. Horses are available for
Communities In Schools of Moore County P.O. Box 223 Pinehurst, NC 28370 300 Kelly Rd. Unit D, Pinehurst, NC 28374 Tel: (910) 295-1072 Website: cismoore.org The mission of Communities In Schools (CIS) is to champion the connection of needed community resources with schools to help young people successfully learn, stay in school and be
Prancing Horse, Inc. P.O. Box 327, 225 N. Bennett, Southern Pines, NC 28388 Riding Center - 1480 Carolina Horse Farm Rd., Raeford, NC 28376 Tel: (910) 246-3202 Web: prancinghorsecenter.org The mission of Prancing Horse is to improve the physical and emotional well being of special needs populations by providing a safe environment for therapeutic horseback
Special Olympics of Moore County 1387 Tarry Church Rd. Star, NC 27356 Tel: (910) 690-5869 (H) or (910) 715-1147(W) Website: sonc.net/localprograms Moore County Special Olympics offers athletes year-round training in seven sports. At this time, aquatics, bocci, bowling, golf, tennis and basketball are supported. However, they are looking to add soccer and equestrian to the
See Ability Not Disability (SAND) P.O. Box 569 Southern Pines, NC 28388 Tel: (910) 246-8059 ext. 25 SAND is an athletic program for individuals with disabilities. The goal of the program is to provide a safe and productive environment that enables children and adults, regardless of their abilities, to learn and apply the principles
Sandhills Children’s Center, Inc. 1280 Central Dr. Southern Pines, NC 28387 Tel: (910) 692-1114 Website: sandhillschildrenscenter.org Sandhills Children’s Center is a private, non-profit day school for young children from birth through five who have mental retardation, sensory impairments and other developmental disabilities. Many of these children are medically fragile and have severe and profound multiple
Northern Moore Occupational Therapy Program P.O. Box 190 Robbins, NC 27325 Tel: (910) 948-4324 A program of the Northern Moore Family Resource Center, the Occupational Therapy Program provides assessment and occupational therapy to children with developmental, learning and sensory integration problems.
Local Interagency Coordinating Council (LICC) c/o Partners for Children and Families 7720 NC Hwy 22, Suite C, Carthage, NC 28327 Tel: (910) 949-4045 LICC is an open membership organization of agencies and individuals that perform services beneficial to the health and welfare of Moore County children and families.
National Alliance on Mental Illness – Moore County (NAMI-MC) P.O. Box 4823 Pinehurst, NC 28374 Tel: (910) 295-1053 NAMI is dedicated to the eradication of mental illnesses and the improvement of the quality of life for persons of all ages who are affected by mental illness. NAMI members and friends work to fulfill its
Arc of Moore County 673 S. Bennett St. Southern Pines, NC 28387 Tel: (910) 692-8272 Web: thearcofmoore.org The Arc of Moore County provides a variety of services and support to individuals and families with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities. As an advocacy organization, it works at the local, state and national level to encourage
Family Support Network of the Sandhills (FSN Sandhills) Contact Susan Fish c/o Partners for Children and Families 7720 NC Hwy 22, Suite C, Carthage, NC 28327 Tel: (910) 949-4045 FSN Sandhills serves Anson, Harnett, Hoke, Lee, Moore, Montgomery, Richmond and Scotland counties and provides free services to those who care for children with special needs—including parents,
Family Promise of Moore County 303 Peach Ave., Aberdeen, NC 28315 Tel: (910) 944-7149 Website: familypromiseofmoorecounty.org Family Promise of Moore County is a non-profit agency dedicated to alleviating homelessness. Host congregations open the doors of their facilities for one week, four to five times per year to homeless families. Under the direction of the FPMC