Founded in 1952, CCARC, Inc. has a longstanding history of service to individuals with intellectual disabilities related to Down Syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy and genetic disorders as well as hearing impairments, blindness and physical disabilities. CCARC serves over 200 individuals in the Greater New Britain area ranging in age from 18 until end of life and employs nearly 300 staff members.
The private nonprofit offers a variety of services including residential group homes, day services, supported employment, recreation, client advocacy and transition services for high school graduates with disabilities. Day Services provide a range of opportunities for socialization, acquiring and refining skills, participating in community activities, volunteering, and securing paid employment.
Residential Services are dedicated to supporting the emotional, physical, social, and medical needs of individuals living in CCARC’s 11 group homes located in neighborhoods throughout Central Connecticut. These homes offer a safe, comfortable, family-style environment where people can share life together and be part of their community.