Who We Are
The Arc, Ocean County Chapter currently serves 1,000 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in our community. We provide housing, job training, employment services, transportation, advocacy, respite, support coordination, counseling, behavioral and medical supports, and recreation activities for individuals to live a full and productive life.
Residential Services provides housing options in which individuals can live a full and productive life in the community. Staff support will range depending on the assistance required by an individual to live in their own home.
Vocational Services provides training and employment opportunities to increase self-sufficiency and self-esteem and provide valuable resources to the community.
Clinical Supports and Services
Clinical Supports and Services provide behavioral, counseling and medical supports to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, families and staff.
Family Support and Support Coordination
Family Support and Support Coordination offers information and advocacy to families looking for guidance, respite care, and a team approach to coordinating support services.
Recreation Services offers recreation to individuals to encourage health, fitness, new skills, and friendships.