To reach one child, one family, one community by creating awareness and providing support to families living with autism spectrum disorder.
To bring about positive social change and create an inclusive community where each child’s unique abilities are acknowledged and fostered.
Hope For Three provides resources and referrals to any inquiring party. The financial component (financial aid) is only available to qualified families living with autism in Fort Bend County, Texas.Read More
A core group of 20 teen volunteers providing two programs, Parents Time Out (3-hours of respite) and Sibling Sessions (siblings spend one-on-one time with a teen mentor).Read More
Signature awareness campaign introduced in the public school systems designed to educate and empower young people to learn about other young people with unique abilities – autism.Read More
The CIT program effectively improves the way law enforcement and communities respond to people experiencing mental health crisis, including individuals with autism spectrum disorder.Read More
Answers to any questions you might have about our Family Assistance Program.Read More
Downloadable resources for online, support, education and advocacy.Read More
Private and public schools serving children with autism spectrum disorder.Read More
Valuable resources in the State of Texas and the United States.Read More
Hope For Three is the preeminent autism advocacy group in the Greater Houston Area providing resources and support to families and children living with autism spectrum disorder.
Hope For Three is such great organization!!! They always have events for siblings so that all can interact with one another. The “typical” sibling can meet others and connect that only another typical sibling of one on the autism spectrum can understand. The kiddos on the spectrum can meet one another and connect. Another greatRead more stories
I am a mother of a 15 year old autistic boy. He is very low-functioning and I have been seeking help from many doctors and centers for my son in Vietnam, for so many years but still in vain because Vietnam is lacking centers for autistic children. With all my efforts, I have been continuingRead more stories
Hope For Three has been a beacon of light for my family. I am grateful for an organization that accepts my children for them and does not see their disability but their ability. The organization provides many services such as respite, education, financial aid, sibling and parent respite and much more. I would like toRead more stories
Landon was just under a year old when his mother Lauren began noticing that he was not reaching all of his milestones. He developed little quirks such as flapping his arms, and he only spoke three words (mom, dad, ball). At first, the family searched for a speech therapist and connected with one through earlyRead more stories