Project Hope Foundation is a nonprofit organization founded in 1997.
We are broad in our scope, serving across ages (from toddlers to adulthood), across the spectrum of autism (from those working on basic communication skills to those preparing for college), and across programs (therapy, education, adult services, and community engagement). Each program is based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). We are individualized in our approach, seeking to meet the unique needs of each specific person. Our programs benefit not only the child affected with autism but also the entire family, all of whom are forever changed by this diagnosis.
Our therapy and adult services have been honored to be designated as United Way of Piedmont's programs of excellence. Our educational program, accredited through SCISA, received the Education Spirit Award through the Community Foundation of Greenville, Greenville Journal, and Town Magazine. Based on our use of funding, we received the Angel Award from the SC Secretary of State.
We are currently the largest provider of ABA services in South Carolina. No other South Carolina organization offers our range of services and support for the autism community.
As a service organization dedicated to evidence-based practices, we are a member of the Council of Autism Service Providers. As an entity promoting effective strategies, we implement GiANT and Entrepreneurial Operating System tools.