Vocational Services— provides job training, employment opportunities, and transportation to people with developmental disabilities with the goal of finding productive employment, increasing self-sufficiency and self esteem, and providing valuable resources to the community.
Residential Services—provides housing options based on the needs and desires of the individual. Options include group homes, supervised apartments and supportive living. The goal of the program is to help individuals live a full and productive life in the community. Staff support may range from 2 hours per day to 24 hours per day, depending on the assistance an individual may need to live in their own home.
Family Support Services—provides individuals and families with information, referral services, advocacy and respite care. The goal of the program is to provide opportunities for community involvement, decrease stress, increase enjoyment and provide emergency support.
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.
Self-Advocacy Group—people with developmental disabilities meet monthly to support one another while advocating for the rights and responsibilities of all individuals.
Real Life Choices—provides self-directed supports and services. The consumer and their family can purchase supports and services to achieve the outcomes identified in their Plan of Care from approved providers. The Arc, Ocean County Chapter is an approved provider of Real Life Choices.