Judson Center in Farmington Hills provides services for children with autism and developmental challenges in five regional offices throughout southeast Michigan. While on-campus events have been suspended due to COVID-19, some services remain open, and the organization continues to seek funding. Judson Center Family Health in Warren remains open for in-person care, appointments over the phone, and telehealth virtual visits. Foster care and adoption staff are assisting families by dropping off groceries and school supplies, and the Autism Connections center in Ann Arbor continues to offer its services to children and their families. The Vocational Services for Individuals with Disabilities and Lahser Respite Home have temporarily closed their doors but will resume their services when it is safe to do so. Judson Center is taking the proper precautions to limit exposure to COVID-19, with visitors subject to health screenings before entering the facilities, the use of face masks, handwashing requirements, and staggered waiting room seating. The nonprofit agency is also accepting donations to help continue offering these services. Judson Center opened as the Detroit Baptist Children’s Home in 1924 and serves more than 10,000 children, adults, and families every year.