Do you need assistance with medical appointments, shopping, banking and accessing community resources? We can provide trained and caring staff to work with you or your loved one in your home or in the community.
Do you need a full-time day program that offers a variety of activities to develop communication and self-help skills, community awareness, socialization, employment basics, and transportation?
Special Events include our annual Walkathon/Family Fun Day and Golf Classics, both of which are fund raising events for The Arc. Our Social Activities Program offers activities that includes monthly dances, dinner outings, day trips, picnics, and more.
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE ARC?
Club Connect is back! These popular get-togethers, part of our Home and Community Supports Program will meet at our Hainesport, NJ, location. Click here for all the information you'll need about what's happening each week!
The Arc is presently hiring for DSP positions (Direct Support Professionals) for both our Residential and Adult Day Programs. Starting Salary is $18 per hour. For more information, check out our Employment page and apply today.
The Arc of Burlington County
We are a not-for-profit organization committed to helping improve the quality of life for children and adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, as well as their families. We are proud to provide a variety of services throughout Burlington County, including adult vocational day programs, community-based supports programs, recreation events, residential services, etc. Founded in 1956, we are affiliates of The Arc of the United States and The Arc of New Jersey.
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