For over 60 years since August 27, 1948, United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Birmingham has provided services and programs for children and adults with disabilities of all kinds. During that time, they have addressed physical, emotional, and health needs, encouraged educational development, and offered opportunities for true integration into the community.

Recently, UCP constructed a state-of-the-art early learning center called Hand In Hand and an adult services facility called LINC Point to meet the employment and medical needs of individuals with severe disabilities.

Other areas of expansion include Special Needs Trust, established to preserve governmental benefits, safe, accessible, and affordable housing, and the development of a medical home, all for individuals with severe disabilities.