Working together to open doors for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to be valued members of the community.

Since 1957, ARCA has provided opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to enjoy great lives. ARCA’s comprehensive, lifelong, community-based services are funded through various resources including Medicaid Waiver, ICF-IDD, Mi-Via, State General Fund, DVR, foundations, corporations and private donors. Services can also be customized and purchased directly by an individual or loved one.

ARCA’s trained health professionals, nutritionists, therapists, social workers, program managers, case workers and exemplary direct support professionals serve over 700 individuals of all ages; including fragile babies and senior citizens.

It’s all in the A

ARCA’s “A” captures the culture of our 650 member workforce. It provides a portrait of the vibrant organization we are each honored to serve.

Every day, our quest is to be the role model of excellence in lifelong services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our journey began in 1957 and will continue as long as the need exists.

Throughout this ongoing journey of inspiration, challenge, personal growth, sadness and joy, we strive to live by our ARCA “A.” We invite you to join us!

ARCA is an equal opportunity employer committed to its affirmative action plan in employment, benefits administration, and general personnel practices, including but not limited to recruitment, selection, appointment, promotion, compensation, training, career development and disciplinary practices. Opportunities at all levels of the employment relationship will be provided in accordance with applicable federal, state and local law which prohibit employment discrimination based on race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, ancestry, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, medical condition, or other prohibited factors.