May Institute is committed to providing the highest quality community-based behavioral healthcare, educational, and rehabilitative services to individuals in the Southeast with learning, psychological, and special healthcare challenges. May Institute's Southeast Region was established to provide the same nationally recognized programming that we have provided in the Northeast since 1955. Our award-winning network of more than 200 service locations serves more than 25,000 individuals and families each year.
Recognized as one of the country's foremost nonprofit organizations, May serves people of all ages with autism, pervasive developmental disorder (PDD), and other developmental disabilities, as well as those with brain injury , mental retardation, and behavioral health needs. May has been featured in the book In Search of America's Best Nonprofits (Jossey-Bass, 1997).
Our clinical leadership includes Ph.D.- and M.D.-level individuals who have actively contributed to the field with publications, presentations, and consultative services throughout the Southeast. An active center of research, we are affiliated with top universities, hospitals, statewide agencies, and research centers in the Southeast including Emory University, Vanderbilt University, Hughes Spalding Children's Hospital, the Southeast and the Georgia Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities.
May Institute provides a broad range of children's services throughout the Southeast including: – less – More from ZoomInfo »