The ARC Rockland

 

ARC of Rockland focuses on abilities. In areas of education, employment, housing and recreation, ARC ensures that people with developmental disabilities are full and contributing members of the broader community. ARC’s Prime Time for Kids Early Learning Center in New City, NY provides Early Intervention and a preschool for children with and without developmental disabilities, including a preschool program incorporating Applied Behavior Analysis for children with autism spectrum disorders. The PrimeTime Upper School in New City is open to students ages 5-21 with autism spectrum disorders. ARC offers employment training and job placement; residential options; recreation activities for people of all ages; family support and a Senior Citizen Center. Year ’round teen activities include trips, dances and community activities. Club ARC, a summer camp experience on the wooded grounds of Camp Bullowa in Stony Point, offers boating, swimming, archery, crafts and trips for tweens and teens. Franklin Square in Pearl River is a post-high school campus providing educational development, events and activities throughout the County, volunteerism, and coursework at area colleges. A therapeutic pool is overseen by a certified Aquatics Director. ARC HealthResources in Congers is a primary care medical facility for people with developmental disabilities. For information, please call 845.267.2500 or visit www.arcofrockland.org.

 

Contact Information:

 

Carmine Marchionda, Executive Director

25 Hemlock Drive, Congers, NY 10920

P: 845-267-2500

F: 845-267-2590

cmarchionda@rocklandarc.org

www.arcofrockland.org