PROGRAMS & SERVICES

The Arc of Monmouth serves over 1,300 individuals each year at 20 locations throughout Monmouth County.

Here is an overview of services and supports provided by The Arc of Monmouth.  Click on each program heading for more information, or call (732) 493-1919.

THE ACHIEVEMENT ZONE A transition option for young adults 18-25 who have completed their education requirements.

THE ACHIEVEMENT ZONE
A transition option for young adults 18-25 who have completed their education requirements.

ADULT SERVICES Through four “Achievement Centers”, individuals are offered a variety of activities tailored to specific needs (social skills, vocational and more).

ADULT SERVICES
Through 4 “Achievement Centers”, individuals are offered a variety of activities tailored to specific needs.

ADVOCACY IN EDUCATION Services include telephone consultation, Individual Education Plan (IEP) review and assistance formulating an advocacy strategy, attendance at IEP and other educational meetings.

ADVOCACY IN EDUCATION
Services include telephone consultation, advocacy and IEP assistance at all stages.

The Red Horse Art Gallery is located in Freehold Raceway Mall.  It features artwork by people with disabilities and offers free art classes.

RED HORSE GALLERY Located in Freehold Raceway Mall, the gallery features artwork by people with disabilities and offers free art classes.

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES This department arranges matches between persons with disabilities seeking employment and local employers, and assists the individuals in maintaining employment.

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
Matches persons with disabilities with local employers, and assists the individuals in maintaining employment.

HEALTH SERVICES The Ambulatory Care Center (located in The Arc Center) offers cost effective medical, dental and mental health care for persons with developmental disabilities.

HEALTH SERVICES
The Ambulatory Care Center offers cost effective medical, dental and mental health care for persons with developmental disabilities.

INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY SUPPORTS This department guides individuals and their families to the services that will best serve their personal needs, and helps them to work toward achieving their personal goals.

INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY SUPPORTS
Guides individuals and their families to the services that will best serve their needs, and helps them to work toward achieving personal goals.

KEEP ACHIEVING (KACH) AT BROOKDALE This new program is designed to offer participants a three-year college experience at Brookdale Community College, preparing students for their chosen paid or volunteer career experience.

KEEP ACHIEVING (KACH) AT BROOKDALE
A three-year college experience at Brookdale Community College, preparing students for their chosen paid or volunteer career experience.

RECREATION The Recreation Program offers a wide array of group activities including special events, one day outings and extended overnight trips.

RECREATION
The Recreation Program offers a wide array of group activities including special events, one day outings and extended overnight trips.

RESIDENTIAL The Arc of Monmouth currently has an array of residential services available, ranging from group homes to Supervised Apartments and Supportive Living.

RESIDENTIAL
The Arc of Monmouth currently has an array of residential services available, ranging from group homes to Supervised Apartments and Supportive Living.

VOCATIONAL (WOC) The Work Opportunity Center (WOC) is a community vocational program. Individuals with disabilities build and strengthen work skills by working on jobs for local businesses.

VOCATIONAL (WOC)
The Work Opportunity Center (WOC) is a community vocational program. Individuals build and strengthen work skills by working on jobs for local businesses.

Interested in a program, or seeking supports for your loved one with I/DD?
The Department of Individual and Family Supports is on hand to answer your questions.
Contact (732) 493-1919 ext. 700.