2406 S.Charles Blvd

Greenville, NC 27858
Phone: (252) 439-0431
Fax: (252) 355-3121

Our Greenville office provides periodic services for children and adults with developmental disabilities living in Greenville and the surrounding areas. These services include: Day Supports, Community Living Support, Community Networking, Respite, Supported Employment, B3 Respite, Community Guide, Supported Living and Developmental Therapy. All periodic services frequency is tailored to meet each individual needs and Individualized Support Plan.

Our staff are highly qualified individuals who continue to advocate for community inclusion among the individuals we serve. Our new Adult Day Program, THRIVE, operates Monday through Friday from 9am to 3pm. THRIVE stands for Together Helping Reach Individual Victories Everyday. We offer a daily structure that includes exercise, life skills, music, art, computer skills and much more. The facility includes several rooms that offer social distancing while still being able to provide a day of fulfilling activities.

We have a 6500 sq. ft building, newly renovated in September 2019. The building is broken up among several functional rooms for our Service Recipients to enjoy. Some of those rooms includes 2 libraries on site. One is a children’s library with a variety of reading materials as well as books on tape. The other is a lending library full of various resources from special topic books to specialized conference DVD’s, etc. There is an art & crafts room full of special projects and other manipulative’s used for increasing fine motor skills. We have an exercise room, computer lab, media room, therapeutic art, puzzle room, kitchen/ dining, writing/resource room, and a private changing room. There is a sensory room that contains a variety of supports used for tactile stimulation and soft music. This room can provide either an environment for relaxation or stimulation.
In addition to the various instructional rooms we also offer on-site activities that vary throughout the year. Some of these programs/ activities include music education, art education, Karaoke, and various socialization/cultural awareness opportunities. We like to volunteer for the Exceptional Community Baseball League, volunteer for Special Olympics events year-round.


Amy Thomas Corbitt, Program Director

Graduated from East Carolina University in 1995 with a BS degree in Child Development Family Relations. Amy worked as a teacher with medically fragile children at the Howell Center from 1996 to 2000, and then joined A Small Miracle in April 2000 as a QP and then Director of the Greenville office until September 2011.  After working at the MCO, Trillium Health Resources from 2011 to 2019, Amy returned to A Small Miracle as the Program Director.  Amy was responsible for the Play Together Construction Grant while at Trillium that created 30 All-inclusive playgrounds across the Eastern NC region, as well as managing the Crisis Intervention Team. With over 30 years of experience in the professional field, Amy also has a sister with special needs. Amy has a strong passion to help individuals with different abilities and their families reach their goals and dreams.

Sabrina Powell, QP                                                                                                     

Sabrina has spent the past 7 years working with individuals in the with IDD and Mental Health needs. She has worked with Caswell Developmental Center, Interim Healthcare and Howell Support Services. In addition, Sabrina’s volunteer experiences include working at UNC Healthcare formerly known as Lenoir Memorial Hospital, Day Break Adult Day Center and Greendale Forest Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.  Sabrina has an Associates in Human Services Technology from Pitt Community College, a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from East Carolina University and a Master’s Degree in Human Services specializing in Social and Community Services. Sabrina is currently pursuing a Doctorate Degree in Human Services from Capella University. Sabrina’s experience ranges from Case Management, Direct Care and oversight of Adult Day Program Services. Sabrina is passionate and committed to helping people. She will be a great addition.

Lauren Brandenburg, QP                                                                                         

Lauren graduated from East Carolina University in 2001 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Recreational Therapy. She started with A Small Miracle during college as a 1:1 Hab Tech. She worked 8 years as a Case Manager for I/DD and MH service recipients. She went to work for Trillium Health Resources, the local MCO, for the next 7 years as the Utilization Management Coordinator. She has been in this field for over 21 years and is looking forward to growing professionally with A Small Miracle.

Cedrick Lee, Office Manager/Staffing Coordinator                                                                                      

Hello everyone, my name is Cedrick Lee with ASM Greenville, NC.  I have been with ASM since December 2016 as a Habilitation Technician. I currently hold a license to train CPR, First Aid, and Bloodborne Pathogen. Recently, I became the Office Manager / Staffing Coordinator for the Greenville office. I am originally from Louisiana, home to some of the best seafood around! I relocated to North Carolina after spending most of my military career in Orlando, San Diego, and Jacksonville, NC during my tenure with the Navy and Marine’s.  I have been a Foster Parent for the State of North Carolina since 2008, having had eight children in my home providing love and support. I help co-created a program called Project Cinderella in Greenville, providing Prom attire for young unprivileged girls in high school who do not have the available funds or means to purchase attire. To this day Project Cinderella has provide over 250 girls with attire for the Prom.  My greatest accomplishment is, I have one son (Christopher), who is currently enrolled in PCC for Mechanical Engineering.  We place Jesus Christ, who is Our Lord and Savior above all things, First!