GTAC started out with just one Clinical Director (Amber, BCBA) and one Registered Behavior Technician (Mika, RBT) providing ABA services to children within the Community Counseling Services’ Gymnasium at the West Point Campus. Because of the amazing relationship between GTAC and Community Counseling Services, the two merged in October of 2016 so that services could be expanded for the community. In April of 2017, the Arc of Clay County donated the former Catherine Bryan School for Special Needs Children campus to Community Counseling Services so that GTAC would have the space needed to serve more families of children with autism. By September 2017, GTAC made it their official home. Since its foundation, GTAC has grown to include a few more RBTs and has plans to expand the team as well as services (OT, speech, counseling, diagnostics) in the future. GTAC is both excited and extremely grateful for the continued support of the Golden Triangle community!