Mitchell's Place is a treatment center for children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), located at 4778 Overton Road. It was founded in 2005. by Allen and Nancy Meisler, whose son Mitchell was diagnosed with ASD.
Mitchell's Place provides an early learning program, speech therapy, occupational programs and school consultations for children up to age 16.
Mitchell’s Place is a nonprofit organization. Sandy Naramore is the current Interim Executive Director and the Educational Director. The center has a psychiatrist and developmental psychologist on staff, along with several therapists and teachers.
Mitchell’s Place Junior Council
Mitchell's Place Junior Council (MPJC) was founded in February 2008, and is a chief fundraising arm for the center. Nicole Mishkin, an educator at Mitchell's Place is president. MPJC is a group of young professionals in their 20s and 30s who focus on fundraising and increasing awareness of ASD in the Birmingham District.
- West, Ty (October 17, 2008) "Health Care Heroes: Health care provider, non-physician: Mitchell's Place." Birmingham Business Journal
- Rebman, Stephanie (June 23, 2021) "Mitchell’s Place expands with new Southside location." Birmingham Business Journal