The Hamburg Resource Center is made possible by the generous support of J.P.’s Foundation, through their annual Run the ‘Burg event in the Village of Hamburg. The center offers outreach activities, a conference center, J.P.’s Foundation Gallery, respite services, the Kyle Reid Resource Library, and support services.
97 Main Street, Hamburg, NY 14075
Phone: 716-992-0131 | Fax: 716-202-4599
The Center is open by appointment.
Resource Center Services
We continue to develop services for individuals on the autism spectrum who live in the Southtowns. Below is an overview of our current offerings.
Please email us to let us know what services you would be interested in.
*PLEASE NOTE: Information sent through email is not secure, please DO NOT email protected health information about you or your child through. We will contact you for any additional details we may need.
We provide workshops to families and the general community, typically once a month, on a variety of topics. Workshops are held on a weekday evening during the school year. See our events page for upcoming workshops.
This service is held one Saturday a month for a three-hour session, and includes on-site activities such as movies, art, music, creative movement and games. For information, call 716-631-5777 x 368.
Social Skills Group
This group is held twice a month on a weekday evening, and is designed to enhance social abilities that promote participation in leisure, educational, and vocational settings. The group also aims to boost self-confidence and encourage participants to develop relationships, both within the group and beyond. This service is funded by a grant to serve residents of Erie and Niagara Counties, ages 5-21. For information, call 716-631-5777 x 326.
Adult Asperger’s Group
Our Adult Asperger’s group meets monthly at our Buffalo and Hamburg locations. The mission of this group is to offer a safe and comfortable environment where people can meet new people, learn something new, share experiences if they choose, offer support, or just come to listen. For more information, including meeting times and dates, please call Veronica at 716-631-5777 ext 318.
Kyle Reid Resource Library
As many parents already know, there is a plethora of sensory resources on the market. However, for a child with autism, it is a trial and error process before you know which products are right for your child. We are more than happy to give you a tour of the library and explain to you the purpose and function of some of the new and popular sensory products that are available. If you see anything you like, you can take it home to try it out. We also have a growing collection of DVDs, books, magazines and periodicals for you to borrow as well.