Community Residences (group homes) provide a family-like environment for adults to live together. Through a person-centered plan, each individual receives the needed support and supervision to successfully live in the community.
Supported Living offers a less structured environment for those adults capable of living semi-independently in the community who do not require 24 hour supervision. Individuals may live alone or with roommates in a house or apartment complex.
For a tour or to refer an individual to the program, please contact Karen Smith, Executive Director via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the main office.
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Muriel Humphrey Center in Woodbridge
Robert Day Center in Old Town Manassas
Our two licensed developmental child care centers offer a warm, nurturing environment for children and young adults from six months to eighteen years of age with intellectual and developmental disabilities including children with autism. We specialize in serving those with medical and behavioral needs.
The Arc’s Family Support Program offers a variety of services to help meet each family’s unique needs. These services include information and referral services, virtual chair yoga, parent workshops, and the annual Circle of Support Conference held in November.
Spinaweb, our specialty shop in Occoquan, VA, employs weavers who produce beautiful hand woven fabric that is made into fashionable clothing and boutique items.
Little Creek Services provides ground maintenance and janitorial service at various locations throughout the community through mobile work crews.