Trusted Parents


 "We seek to meet the needs of parents caring for children with disabilities." 

Family Support Network™ of Trusted Parents

Support, Education,  & Caring Connections


The Family Support Network™ believes that the greatest asset that a child with special needs can have is a strong support system. They strive to strengthen families and enhance the lives of children with special needs by providing support, education, and caring connections to their families. They pride themselves on employing uniquely qualified individuals who have the heart to serve families, many of which, being parents of children with special needs themselves.


Trusted Parents, Inc. is happy to announce that as of July 1, 2016 we became a sponsoring agency for the Family Support Network™ of NC. Now called, Family Support Network™ of Trusted Parents will serve as an outreach program that will further enhance Trusted Parents, Inc. It will not replace the services or programs we at Trusted Parents offer; however, it will allow us to reach more families. We are very excited about this new collaboration.


In 2011, Trusted Parents began providing supportive services, awareness, and advocacy to parents in order to help enhance their lives and the lives of their loved one(s) living with disabilities.  Now that we are collaborating with Family Support Network™ of NC we are dedicated to our continuous efforts of serving this special community of families in the Charlotte region. There is no charge for any of the services provided by the Family Support Network™ of Trusted Parents.    


You don't have to feel alone if you are a parent of a child with special needs.

The Parent-to-Parent Matching Program matches trained mentor parents with a family who has a child with special needs or a new diagnosis. Families love to talk to others who “get it.”


Family Support Network™ of NC is an Alliance Member of Parent to Parent USA


We need your expertise become a parent mentor

Are you a parent of a child with special needs and want to provide support to families? Do you remember when you first got your child's diagnosis? Who provided you support? Remember how important and helpful that was? Please consider becoming a volunteer mentor parent.