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The Adirondack Arc (Franklin-Hamilton Counties Chapter, NYSARC, Inc.)
<p>The Adirondack Arc's stated mission is to provide opportunities to people with developmental disabilities to live a full and meaningful life through improved support in the areas of education, personal development, home life, productive employment, community involvement, and recreation.  We use a person-centered approach to all supports and services.  Our agency has been voluntarily accredited by The Council on Quality and Leadership (CQL) since 2001, and our use of the Personal Outcomes Measures has helped us define and measure the quality of people's lives as well as the supports we provide.  Services and supports include:  home-based early intervention program; center-based preschool education programs; various residential opportunities for all ages; in-home staff supports and programs for people living at home with family or on their own; respite supports; advocacy and referral services.</p>
12 Mohawk Street
Tupper Lake, New York 12986
United States
Franklin
Hamilton
518-359-3351
518-359-7820
Northeast Region
1/1/1969
237
$15,640,000
Robert Kleppang
Sadie R. Spada
$10.00
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http://www.adirondackarc.org
info@adirondackarc.org
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Adirondack-ARC/169249313089077
AHRC New York City (New York City Chapter, NYSARC, Inc.)
<p>AHRC currently serves over 15,000 individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities throughout the five boroughs. The array services offered by the organization is unsurpassed.</p> <p>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.</p> <p>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.</p>
83 Maiden Lane
New York, New York 10038
United States
New York
212-780-2500
212-777-5893
Southeast Region
1/1/1949
9057
$153,757,502
Angelo Aponte
Gary Lind
$10.00
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http://www.ahrcnyc.org
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http://twitter.com/#!/AHRCNYC
http://www.facebook.com/AHRC.NYC
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New York
AHRC Suffolk
AHRC Suffolk is a not-for-profit organization which provides programs and services to children and adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities on Long Island. Currently,people are able to receive educational, vocational, residential, employment, and respite services through AHRC’s forty-two facilities.
2900 Veterans Memorial Highway
Bohemia, New York 11716
United States
6315850100
6315850233
1949
Joseph Del Broccolo
William Leonardi
www.ahrcsuffolk.org
aschlick@suffahrc.org
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