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Arc Human Services
Arc Human Services provides creative and innovative residential, vocational and community based services to enhance the health, safety and happiness of individuals with developmental disabilities as they live and work within the community.
Programs and Services
- Residential Services is a program that ranges from 24 hour care community homes to independent living apartments. An individual's placement is based on their needs, wants and abilities. When possible, clients are placed with other people who have similar likes and dislikes. Each person has an individualized goal plan to assist them by maximizing daily living skills.
- Employment Services, including the Community Employment, Student Transition and Vocational Training programs, maximize the self-sufficiency of adults with an ID diagnosis. By assisting people with skill development and training, clients can attain employment. Through our services, each person can independently contribute to their community as well as increase their educational, emotional, social and vocational functioning.
- Specialized Services provide innovative programs to serve the unique needs of our individuals. The Behavior and Individualized Supports aid people with IDD, who also struggle with significant and complex mental health disorders while recognizing that many individuals have experienced extreme trauma. The Community Supports program offers a variety of one-on-one services provided in the home as well as the community. Camp Laughalot offers social events each month throughout the year.
- Self-Advocacy and Mentorship provides assurance, assistance and accessibility to ensure active involvement for anyone with an ID diagnosis. The Self-Advocacy group focuses on continuous education and teaches individuals to speak for themselves, giving them greater control over their lives. Advocates meet with local legislators about employment and inclusion within their communities. Peer Mentorship gives clients the opportunity to learn a variety of skills, including problem solving and teamwork.
Primary Revenue Sources
Federal, State & County Funding, Clients, Grants
Primary Fundraising Event
Annual Golf Outing, Cash Bash, Annual Dinner
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This website contains an organizational snapshot, as well as links and contact information, for each of our participating charities. We have also included the tax identification number for each charity so Donors wishing to review more detailed financial and governance information may access the Form 990 for that charity via www.nccs.urban.org.