The mission of the Greengard Center for Autism located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, is to create quality programs for adults and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder. The Greengard Center seeks to provide unique lifelong opportunities for individuals with autism to have a productive quality of life through ongoing education, meaningful work, and access to recreation, social and community acceptance and participation.

What's Next?

A child with autism...

...grows up to be an adult with autism.

"Every parent who has a child with autism of greater need, worries about what will happen when that child becomes an adult with autism. We worry about how we will manage as we get older and we worry about who will be there when we are gone. The Greengard Center is being created to address these needs and provide programs for adults with autism that can give families a sense of security. We are creating a program and home that answers the question, ‘what’s next?’"

For those of you who are interested in our Programs, please email us at or by phone (603) 501-0686 to receive updates on our progress and additional information.

Upcoming Events

Celebrate The Senses

April 14th, 2018

The Greengard Center will host our first gala fundraising event: “Celebrate the Senses”. So save the date to join us for this unique art exhibit and silent auction. For more information contact Cathy Dutch, 603-501-0686 or

Strengths Over Struggles

May 4th, 2018

The Greengard Center will host a conference regarding adults with autism: “Strengths Over Struggles”. The event will be held at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester, NH with Dr. Peter Gerhardt, Dr. Margaret Bauman, & Dr. Barbara Frankel. For more information contact Cathy Dutch, 603-501-0686 or


95 Brewery Lane
Portsmouth, New Hampshire