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Resources for Individuals who Experience Disabilities

Welcome to the resources page for individuals who experience disabilities, as organized by the Evesham Township Department of Community Affairs, Seniors, Veterans and Disabilities Services.

This page provides relevant information for our residents who experience disabilities, as well as their families and/or caregivers. Keeping our community informed and connected is part of Evesham Township’s mission to serve as a resource center for our residents. 

Local / Regional Resources
  • Sports Unity Program through the Marlton Rec Council - This local group of volunteres provides the opportunity for athletes with special needs to participate in organized sports. Coaches, buddies and parents work together to help all children enjoy athletics. Children learn and group among peers in a safe environment. The program is free to participants and includes the equipment needed to play.
  • Special Needs Adult Program (SNAP) - This free program is open to adults 18 and older with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The group typically meets several times a month at the Gibson House Community Center for fun activities such as craft projects, yoga, small holiday parties and other fun activities. Dates / events for January to May will be announced shortly. For more information, contact (856) 985-9792 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • St. Joan of Arc Caritas Ministry for Special Needs - The Caritas Ministry serves the parishoners of the St. Joan of Arc Parish with special needs so they may worship together; and have the blessing of the presence and participation in parish life of ALL.
  • The Arc of Burlington County - This non-profit group serves adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities and their families throughout Burlington County. The group offers programs such as ommunity residential homes and apartments for adults, adult day programs, extensive recreation programs for adults with developmental disabilities, and Home and Community Services to help individuals who need assistance with life skills, money management, shopping, medical appointments, and a range of other activities, while still maintaining independence in their own homes.
  • SE4SK - Special Events for Special Kids - This nonprofit hosts friendly events for children with special needs and or disabilities that are completely FREE of charge. All of the group’s events are located in Southern New Jersey, typically in Camden or Gloucester counties. All events are funded solely from donations and the kindness of others.
  • Kiids - This non-profit is based in Southern New Jersey to provide parents of children with Down syndrome with the information and the necessary resources to help their child reach his/her full potential, supports the individual with Down syndrome as well as her/his family through social and educational events and shares accurate and up-to-date knowledge and information with medical professionals, educational professionals, and the public about Down syndrome. The group has family get-togethers, hosts educational presentations and provides various opportunities for sharing information and support.
  • Bringing Up Down Syndrome (BUDS) of Southern New Jersey - BUDS works to help families of children with Down syndrome address issues associated with raising a child with Down syndrome. The group organizes meetings with an educational format, facilitates the development of life-long friendships, and create an environment that encourages self advocacy and promotes public awareness.
  • Southern New Jersey Jewish Abilities Alliance - The South Jersey Jewish Abilities Alliance serves as a user-friendly gateway to resources in the Jewish or general community for people with disabilities by linking to resources, services, support groups, workshops and clinics and recreational programs.
  • Trisomy 21 Program at CHOP - The Trisomy 21 Program at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia evaluates, treats and provides coordinated multidisciplinary care for children and adults with trisomy 21 — also known as Down syndrome.