Tobosa Developmental Services encouraged parents and community members to join the organization’s effort to save its Early Intervention Program, Monday at the Roswell Public Library.
For more than 30 years, Tobosa has received funding and positive reviews from the state. However, the non-profit recently received a letter from the Developmental Disabilities Supports Division that granted funding for three other programs, but not the Early Intervention Program.
The program provides services such as speech, physical and occupational therapies to children from birth to age 3. On average, more than 450 families a year utilize the program. Without funding, Executive Director Joe Madrid said Tobosa would lose $1.3 million from its budget and the organization would have to stop its early Login to read more