LARC owns and operates LARC’s Acadian Village. All revenue generated from tourism, venue rentals, and fundraising events at LARC’s Acadian Village benefit LARC programs.
LARC’s mission is to support persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities in reaching their goals of self-sufficiency, quality of life and self-worth.
For more than 50 years, LARC has been dedicated to serving the needs of people in our community with developmental disabilities and their families. Throughout LARC’s existence, the organization has continually expanded to fully include the people we serve in the mainstream and workforce of the community.
LARC’S SERVICES INCLUDE:
- Residential Services
- Vocational Programs
- Community Support Services
Community Supports and Services oversees a 24-hour Center-Based Respite Center, Personal Care Attendant services and a Supervised Independent Living program.
Residential Services manages community homes which provide opportunities for residents to live as independently as possible with assistance from full-time staff.
Vocational Services matches abilities and choices to job opportunities on campus, mobile work crews or in independent jobs with area employers.
Please note: In order to receive LARC services, the individual must be certified through the Office for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities (OCDD). They can be contacted at 1-800-648-1484.