A Family Resource for Youth with Brain Disorders

Amazing Grace Advocacy

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Educating and empowering families, along with the youth, to take control of seeking and attaining their needs, in order to enjoy parenting,adolescence and the transition into purposeful adulthood.

Our Youth Programs

Parent Empowerment Support Groups are helpd every month in Cabarrus (Concord) and Rowan (Salisbury).  Support Groups are for entire family to participate in.


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Mental Illness

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every Life Has a Purpose

Empowering Families raising Children, Teens and Young Adults with Brain Disorders

Our Mission

Social Activities


Intellectual Disabilities

Our experiences, frustrations, road blocks and victories led us together to support families in navigating through the world of Brain Disorders.

MARCH 2017

March 13th don't miss our Support Group in Cabarrus! We have Attorney Kimberly Herrick and Deputy Clerk of Court coming to educate us about Guardianship and Power of Attorney. No matter the age of your child; you will want to have this knowledge!


Lots of information and changes to absorb in regards to laws, healthcare and education at the local, state and federal level. We will continue to advocate for our kids at all levels and keep you informed as we collect information. Don't hesitate to be a voice; email and call our leaders and share your concerns and stories!  If we don't tell them; they can't help us.


JOY PROM March 18th!  Visit joyfulheartsnc.org to register!  We will see you there!




Children diagnosed with Brain Disorders may learn, behave and communicate differently; however their dreams, goals and purpose are no less important than any other child.


Amazing Grace Advocacy works to empower families in achieving safe and nurturing environments for their children to grow, learn and transition into adulthood with purpose and sustainability.


We believe "Every Life Has a Purpose" with enabling all individuals to discover and enjoy their qualities through support and opportunity.

Independent Tribune 4 Part series on Mental health in Cabarrus Co.

Gwen Bartley and Paula Yost contributed to these publications

It's Your Business Program