Community Service Programs

Man in trike race
Individuals participating in a tricycle race

The Arc of the Quad Cities Area supports individuals with disabilities to have the most independence, choice, and control over their own lives through a person-centered service planning process.  The Arc’s Community Support Program provides a variety of group and individualized activities that are based in the community or at the person’s home.  Community locations could be at libraries, stores, restaurants, art/music venues, movies, etc.

  • Habilitation and support activities that foster improvement of, or facilitate, the person’s ability to perform daily living activities;

  • Activities for the person’s family that help preserve the family unit and prevent or limit out-of-home placement of the person;

  • Transportation for the person between home and his or her community recreational site or day habilitation site; and

The Arc of the Quad Cities Area advocates for each person so that they can live and recreate in the neighborhood of their choosing, promoting independence, health, and a high quality of life through service provision, monitoring, and robust clinical supports.


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