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A non-profit agency serving Texas as the statewide

Parent Training
Information Center

The PATH Project is funded by a grant from the US Dept of Education

1090 Longfellow, Suite B
Beaumont, TX 77706-4819

Tel: (409) 898-4684
1-800-866-4726 (Texas Only)

The purpose of PATH is to empower parents of children and youth with disablities in their roles as parents, decision makers, and advocates for their children. PARTNERS' goal is to promote partnerships throughout the state among parents and professionals, parent organizations, school districts, and service organizations. Parents and professionals are encouraged to work together as PARTNERS and to focus on cooperation and collaboration.

Major Objectives Include:

  • Increasing parent participation in planning, decision making, and evaluations

  • Developing Regional Family Support Centers

  • Developing community coalitions

  • Maintaining a network of parent volunteers

  • Assisting organizations serving under-represented groups

  • Maintaining an information and referral system

  • Increasing the participation of minorities, military families, and fathers.
Visit our web site at for more information, local office contacts & event and conference information.

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