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To get started contact Intake & Referral Services 512.476.7044 ex (204)


This is the centralized telephone intake for all of The Arc of the Capital Area services and programs. You will be prompted to leave a message and an Intake Specialist will return your phone call within three business days. Normal working hours are from 8:30 am-5 pm Monday through Friday. We conduct a brief screening with callers to determine if s/he might be eligible for services, and if so, which services would best meet the consumer's needs. The Intake Specialist will refer callers to other disability organizations and resources in the community when appropriate. 

Contact: Maria Kelly mkelly@arcofthecapitalarea.org

The Arc of the Capital Area's programs and services include:

 

Arc of the Arts Studio & Gallery

Matches adults with disabilities with professional artists in the community.

Contact:

Ann Wieding awieding@arcofthecapitalarea.org

Basic Needs & Crisis Assistance Services

Provides individuals with developmental disabilities and their families with access to holiday assistance, medical/adaptive equipment and supplies, and crisis assistance to help with housing, utilities, medical payments, transportation and childcare costs.

Case Management Services

Coordinates a range of community integration services and supports to help adults with developmental disabilities, many of whom live alone, to achieve and maintain personal independence.

Contact:

Kaili Goslant kgoslant@arcofthecapitalarea.org

Community Living Assistance and Support Services (CLASS)

CLASS offers individuals with disabilities who need attendant care an alternative to institutionalization by helping them access the resources they need to live and work as independently as possible in the community.

Contact:

Kaili Goslant kgoslant@arcofthecapitalarea.org

Family & Caregiver Support Services

Includes low or no-cost parent mentoring, special education advocacy, support groups and guardianship services for parents and caregivers of children with developmental disabilities.

Contact:

Intake at 512-476-7044 ext. 204

Guardianship Services

Helps under-resourced families to establish guardianship of their family member with developmental disabilities who have reached or will soon reach adulthood (age 18).

Contact:

Intake at 512-476-7044 ext. 204

Juvenile Justice Services

Provides educational advocacy and support to help youth with developmental disabilities (ages 11-17) and special education needs to complete school, stay out of the justice system and become contributing members of the community.

Contact:

Intake at 512-476-7044 ext. 204


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