Family Support Programs and Services
FAMILY SUPPORT provides assistance to families in various ways including in-home and out of home respite, information and referral, advocacy and emotional support. Our Support Coordination service assists families to identify, navigate and locate needed supports and services with the development of the Individual Service Plan. In addition we provide Community Based Support services utilizing staff support to provide one to one assistance, training and supervision to help participants achieve independence in their home and community.
Recreation programs provides individuals opportunities to participate in recreational activities by choice while encouraging health and fitness, friendships, and skill development. The goal of the program is to facilitate an appropriate and active lifestyle for an improved quality of life. Activities include Saturday rec, bowling, club nights, dances, sports, community trips, and parties.
For more information call 732-363-3335 x113.
Temporary care that provides relief for permanent care givers. It can be offered for a few hours, a weekend or overnight. The Arc screens and trains respite providers so families can utilize this program knowing their family member is properly cared for.
Self-Hired Respite allows families with children to use the care giver of their choice to provide respite care. Families are reimbursed as the Department of Children and Families contract allows.
As a Support Coordination agency we facilitate charting the path to the desired outcomes, work in partnership as a team, coordinate supports and monitor the progress to a successful and meaningful life. We provide support for Monmouth & Atlantic counties. Call 732-363-3335 x113 for more information.