Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center, Inc. (CPAC) is a statewide nonprofit organization that offers information and support to families of children with any disability or chronic illness, age birth through 26. The Center is committed to the idea that parents can be the most effective advocates for their children, given the confidence that knowledge and understanding of special education law and its procedures can bring.
Through outreach efforts and referrals from schools, social service agencies and other parents, the number of families that Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center serves has grown dramatically over the past 32 years. We continue to take pride in providing prompt and personal assistance to all who contact us. CPAC is staffed by parents of children with disabilities who have training in, and personal experience with, the law and disability issues.
In addition to speaking with parents on a daily basis, CPAC staff conduct workshops for parents as well as in-service presentations for schools, teachers-in-training and service providers throughout the state so that they may better understand and serve the parents with whom they work. Staff and Board members serve on numerous statewide committees and various organizations, representing issues that are of concern to parents and families in Connecticut.
From I-95 North
Take Exit 72 toward Rocky Neck State Park (0.2 m)
Stay straight to merge onto the Rocky Neck Connector (0.6 m)
At the stop light take a left onto West Main Street/CT-156 (2.8 m)
End at 338 Main Street in Niantic, located on the right side of the road, across from Charter Oak Bank
From I-95 South
Take the CT-161 Exit 74, toward Niantic (0.2 m)
Turn right onto Flanders Road/CT-161. COntinue to follow CT-161 (3.1 m)
Turn right onto Main Street/CT-156 (0.2 m)
End at 338 Main Street in Niantic, located at the left side of the road, across from Charter Oak Bank
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