How We Can Help

Project Life Saver

Read more about one of our favorite and most important causes: Project Lifesaver.

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Parent Support Group for Parents of Youth ages 10-18

This group meets monthly, the second Tuesday of each month from 6:30-8pm at the RTAAF Office at 329 Elton Hills Dr. NW.   RTAAF also offers additional educational opportunities several times per year. 

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RTAAF CARES: Parenting a child with a new ASD Diagnosis

A 12 week, weekly support and education program that allows parents of children with a recent ASD diagnosis to come to one location every week where they can build their child and their family's network of social support.  They not only learn about services, but they have an opportunity to meet with an array of experts who come to the group to present what they do and how they can help.   Parents are also able to meet other families who are going through a similar experience, and raising a child of the same age with the same diagnosis.   This web of social support will benefit families and children well after they complete the program.   Nobody should have to go it alone, RTAAF CARES makes sure that you don't.    Help is on the way!   Email:

Best in America - Independent CharityThe RT (Reece Trahan) Autism Awareness Foundation is an organization dedicated to making people aware of Autism and the effects it has on individuals and their families.

The diagnosis of Autism is an emotional one for families, and the RT Autism Awareness Foundation wants individuals and families to recognize that they are not without help.