New York State's Largest Nonprofit Organization Supporting People With Intellectual, Developmental, And Other Disabilities

83 Maiden Lane New York, New York 10038 United States

County(ies) Served:

New York

Chapter President:

Angelo Aponte

Executive Director:

Gary Lind

Chapter Website:

AHRC New York City (New York City Chapter, NYSARC, Inc.)

AHRC currently serves over 15,000 individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities throughout the five boroughs. The array services offered by the organization is unsurpassed.

The organization that created the first schools, workshops, day treatment programs and community residences, continues to meet the needs of its individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We offer individuals a wide range of programs, services and supports tailored to meet their specific needs.

Today, with a membership comprised of thousands of individuals - primarily persons with intellectual & developmental disabilities, their families, friends and professionals in the field - AHRC New York City is one of the largest consumer-based nonprofit organizations in the city.  It is governed by a Board of Directors, two-thirds of whom must be relatives of persons with developmental disabilities, working together with a staff of dedicated professionals.

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May 24th
Fordham Graduate School of Social Service invites you to a forum that addresses the needs and potential of the intellectually disabled in New York City. The post June 7th: Empowering People with Disabilities appeared first on AHRC New York City.
May 23rd
TechnoStart is a 12-week program which teaches critical modern computer skills to prepare people for a changing work environment. The post Learning Modern Job Skills with TechnoStart appeared first on AHRC New York City.