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.
A mother shares her story of triumph over adversity with the love and support of Hope For Three and her community in hopes of reaching other parent’s in need of navigating the public-school system. My family and I have been fans and supporters of Hope For Three for years enjoying their events such as theRead more stories
Kacy Picazo a beautiful young lady with a servant’s heart and an unwavering determination to inspire and help others shares her experience of overcoming the struggles of autism.Read more stories
I’ve started, erased and re-started writing this piece four times. When Darla asked me to talk about my family and how we help others I was honored. But I also felt weird. When reaching out to those in need (and then writing about it) I never want to come across as patronizing, proud or anythingRead more stories
“I am hopeful that this event (“Strike Out” Autism) can change the lives of another family just like it did ours so many years ago. Before Jacob sang at that event he had not ever experienced that much love and encouragement from people outside his family. He wanted to be like other boys so heRead more stories