Great Circle Services

At Great Circle, we offer a wide range of services and support to meet the needs of families and individuals in times of struggle. Need help finding the right services? No problem. Click any of the links below to learn more or give us a call 24/7 at 1-844-424-3577 (GCHELPS)

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From respite care for busy families to nationally accredited autism education services, Great Circle has a range of specialized services to offer every child on the spectrum.

Behavioral Issues

On top of the growing pains we all experience, children with severe emotional and behavioral challenges also face added pressure at home and school. That’s why our specialized education services were designed to support unique learning styles in a safe, quiet campus environment.

Crisis Support for Women & Children

When issues create an unsafe home environment, Great Circle helps rebuild the lives of women and children through a network of emergency shelter options and mental health services, delivered by highly trained, compassionate staff.

Family Support

It’s our mission to support individuals and families in circumstances beyond their control. While helping them lay building blocks for life after "one day at a time."

Learning & Intellectual Challenges

Every person deserves the opportunity to learn and push the boundaries of their own curiosity, no matter how many challenges must be overcome first. At Great Circle, we help meet learning challenges head on, with hands-on instruction and small class sizes.

Older Youth

Today's teens and young adults face a new and ever-evolving set of challenges. That’s why we offer programs that help equip them with the life skills and support they need to live better, more autonomous lives.


Healthier kids and healthier families begin with building healthy habits at home. To help parents become better-informed caregivers, Great Circle offers a variety of home and community-based services and educational opportunities.

Social Interaction Skills

Like many other lessons in life, social interaction skills are best learned in a safe, structured environment with support from caring and well-informed caregivers.


While causes and types of trauma vary greatly between individuals, its effects can have a lasting and universal impact on our well-being. But there’s good news – with help, we can recover from trauma and forge a path ahead.