The United Arc provides a variety of services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities that promote personal well-being and self-fulfillment as individuals live and work in the community.
Primary Arc services provided for adults include:
- Residential Group Homes
— Intensive support to adults living in a group setting.
- Community Support Program
— Dedicated weekly supports are highly personalized, flexible, and responsive, based on each individual’s needs and preferences.
- Shared Living Program
— Caretakers provide 24-hour care and support in the caretakers’ home to individuals who cannot live on their own safely live alone because of medical, physical, or cognitive reasons.
- Adult Family Care
— An alternative residential program where people 16 years and older (with our without developmental disabilities) live in a caretaker’s home, based on their unique needs.
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