The Arc of Warren County provides a unique Early Intervention (EI) experience for families of infants and toddlers from birth to 3 years old with developmental delays or disabilities.
Community-Based Support is designed to strengthen and promote families who provide care within the family home for a family member with intellectual/developmental disabilities.
The Arc of Warren County has provided residential services for adult men and women with various developmental disabilities since opening our first group home in 1982. Currently we serve 81 individuals in 16 group homes and two supervised apartment programs throughout Warren County.
The Arc of Warren County, New Jersey
Dedicated to helping people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to live a good life
The Arc of Warren County serves more than 1,100 people annually…
…including persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their family members. County-wide programs include community living arrangements (residential), community based supports, respite, Saturday programs, advocacy, recreation, summer camp, Special Olympics training, early intervention, and a wide variety of social services.
Careers at The Arc of Warren County are fulfilling…
If you are interested in making a difference in the lives of people, maybe a career at The Arc of Warren County is right for you. The Arc of Warren County offers excellent benefits and generous paid time off. Learn more about opportunities at The Arc of Warren County by visiting our Careers page.
Announcements & Upcoming Events
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The Arc of Warren County Triathlon with DASH Multisport
The Arc of Warren County’s Triathlon with DASH Multisport, LLC. took place on July 17, 2021 at Mountain Lake in Liberty Township. This triathlon included a ¼ mile swim, a 15-mile bike ride and a three mile ride. Close to
128 individuals registered for this this opportunity which supports individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities. The Arc of Warren County is one of 700 chapters of The Arc and serves more than 1,100 people annual for the past 67 years.
The Arc of Warren County is Awarded a Grant from the Greenwich Autism Alliance Foundation for $3,000
Washington, N.J., April 8, 2021 – The Arc of Warren County was recently awarded a grant from the Greenwich Autism Alliance for $3,000. These funds will be utilized to purchase tee shirts for the organization’s Summer Camp and Recreation Program through Camp Warren, as well as other items that will elevate the camp experience for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. These products include a new chest freezer, a portable training soccer goal set, a portable basketball hoop, a basketball, fishing lures, tackle and lines and portable dining chairs.
Staples in Mansfield Donates $1,400 in Supplies to The Arc of Warren County through their Care Packages Program
Washington, N.J., March 10, 2021 – Staples in Mansfield recently donated 280 $5 care packages to The Arc of Warren County. The care packages were donated to the Agency’s Day Program and Recreation Departments and contain crayons, colored pencils, hand sanitizers and pocket folders.
Special Olympics New Jersey Donates Almost $800 Worth of Game Equipment to The Arc of Warren County
Washington, N.J., February 3, 2021 – Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities have been unable to participate in Special Olympics activities, or even gather with others that they do not reside with, for almost a year. In an effort to help with the void of being able to gather and participate in athletic competition, Special Olympics New Jersey donated athletic game equipment to different agencies that serve this vulnerable population, including The Arc of Warren County.
The Arc of Warren County Employee is Nominated as an Arc of New Jersey Hero of 2020
Robyn Gardella Has a “Love of Humanity”
The Agency is fortunate to have her on the team for almost 20 years since she was a college student. She has served in multiple roles, such as Community Living Arrangements Direct Care Advisor, Manager and Program Coordinator. She has served as Assistant Director for Recreation for the past couple of years.
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Don’t Miss The 3rd Annual Arc of Warren County Food Truck Fest at Donaldson Farms on July 24, 2021
Washington, N.J., June 18, 2021 – Don’t miss The 3rd Annual Arc of Warren County Food Truck Fest at Donaldson Farms in Hackettstown, New Jersey this summer. The outdoor fundraiser is to be held from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on July 24, 2021. It includes 14 gourmet food trucks, craft beer and hard seltzer, live bands and farm-fun activities throughout the day. The event will benefit The Arc of Warren County.
Thank you to the Geene and Notte family for asking friends and family to honor the memory of Gail Geene by considering supporting The Arc of Warren County. Gail was a resident of The Arc of Warren County for more than 20 years. Those who knew her are mourning her loss.
Thank you to the Kowalchuk family for asking friends and family to honor the memory of Joyce Kowalchuk by considering supporting The Arc of Warren County.
Washington, N.J., April 18, 2021 – The Arc of Warren County was the recipient of a recent student fundraiser. Centenary University’s Sports Entertainment class raised $735 for the organization.
A group from Professor David Perricone’s class ran a Virtual Trivia Night for The Arc of Warren County recently as part of a course assignment.
Carinne Buzzuto, The Arc of Warren County’s Training Coordinator and Self-Advocacy Adviser, Will Receive the Exceptional Direct Support Professional of the Year from the New Jersey Self-Advocacy Project
Washington, N.J., March 22, 2021 – The Arc of Warren County’s Training Coordinator and Self-Advocacy Adviser, Carinne Buzzuto, will be receiving the Exceptional Direct Support Professional (DSP) of the Year Award from the New Jersey Statewide Self-Advocacy Network and New Jersey Self-Advocacy Project (a program of The Arc of New Jersey). This event will be held during their virtual Award Luncheon on April 17, 2021.
Watch the clip about Carinne’s award that aired on News 12 New Jersey below.
The Arc of Warren County Will Hold a Virtual Event in Honor of Developmental Disabilities Month and World Down Syndrome Day on March 19, 2021
Diana Stolfo, Experienced Down Syndrome Self-Advocate, Will Address the Audience about her Life Experiences and Why Self-Advocacy is So Important
Members of the Community are Invited to this Free Event
Washington, N.J., February 23, 2021- The Arc of Warren County will be holding a virtual event with Diana Stolfo, Experienced Down Syndrome Self-Advocate, at 3 p.m. on March 19, 2021 in honor of Developmental Disabilities Month and World Down Syndrome Day. Diana will speak about her life experiences and why self-advocacy is so important for differently-abled people. This event is free and open to the public. She will be introduced by Tom Baffuto, Executive Director of The Arc of New Jersey and John Whitehead, CEO of The Arc of Warren County.
Washington, N.J., January 13, 2020 – The Arc of Warren County has been awarded a grant in the sum of $10,450 from The John A. & Margaret Post Foundation for the cost of a power generator for the organization’s group home in Phillipsburg.
Become a Member of The Arc of Warren County
Membership for The Arc of Warren County is renewed each January. The cost is $25 for an individual and $50 for a family. Member benefits include:
- Voting rights for the Board of Director Annual Meeting
- Informational breakfasts
- Discount for Serendipity
- Invitations to informational events that focus on issues of concern for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their caregivers.
Please e-mail email@example.com or call (908) 223-0884.
“We have learned so much about our son’s way of life with sensory needs, apraxia and autism. Our therapists have encouraged us and really changed our lives. It is wonderful to have them help us know our son.”
– Sasha Grossman, Early Intervention Parent.
“The therapists in the Early Intervention area has helped our son work on social anxiety and his speech has improved so much. I am very grateful for the help and expertise.”
– Kayelani Civitella, Early Intervention Parent.
“Our therapist was so great with my son even though it was virtual. By the end of the program, his vocabulary grew substantially. In addition, she always made sure he was having fun!”
– Jennifer Oliveira-Bennan, Early Intervention Parent.
“The Early Intervention Staff are extremely professional and genuine and have the best intentions for the families that they help. This is not just a job for them. They go above and beyond.”
– Yerkis Fleming, Early Intervention Parent.
“My family feels very comfortable knowing that I am receiving great care through The Arc of Warren County. They do not need to worry about my well-being. It helps that everyone is very friendly and helps each other out.”
– Jill Young, Resident of The Arc of Warren County.
“After Aerilyn was born we were told to take her home to prepare for the worst. I had no one to talk to, was home alone caring for my child 24/7 and focusing on the gravity of my situation. Luckily, I was eventually referred to The Arc of Warren County’s Early Intervention program. They helped pave the way to provide us with much needed services.”
– Miriellys Colon, Past Recipient of Early Intervention Services.
“We were not prepared to face our daughter’s medical challenge by ourselves and because of The Arc of Warren County’s Service Coordination program we were not alone in this journey. The path was cleared to ensure our success. In fact, I cannot properly describe how thankful I am that this resource was available to us. ”
– Kristen Yankoski, Past Recipient of Service Coordination Services.
“Everyone we have encountered and worked with from scheduling to therapy felt like an extension of our family. We genuinely felt their compassion and dedication to our children.”
– Michele Lohman, Recipient of Early Intervention Services.
“In five months my son has gone from having a very small vocabulary to knowing all of the letters in the alphabet, the numbers 1 through 12, a bunch of colors and the name of animals. The professionals who worked with my son helped him find his voice. The tips and tricks that they taught him have made such a difference.”
– Mary Dove, Early Intervention Parent.
“My son can now eat solid food and his motor skills have improved. Honestly, I would not know if we would have progressed so well without the Early Intervention Program.”
– Rebecca Griffin, Early Intervention Parent.
“All the staff that my son and I had the pleasure of meeting are helpful, caring and understanding at all times. The services my son received helped him socially with his peers and family members. It helped me develop the understanding of him being non-verbal.”
– Maria Herrera, Early Intervention Parent.
“My child was not walking when we started. He quickly learned to crawl and walk with after receiving therapy. When I expressed concern about my child not talking, they got me a speech evaluation and therapy ASAP. He is still not talking, but is making more sounds and is trying to communicate more than ever before.” – Anonymous, Early Intervention Parent.
“Our contact was great with our son. With her help and private therapy, he made great progress.” – Diane and Shawna Tabert, Early Intervention Parents.
“Miss Katie went over and above. She really cares what she is doing and it shows. She did a great job to get Mason to where he is now.” – Cindy Ragalshy, Early Intervention Grandparent.
“The resources that we received from the Early Intervention program helped us reduce and elminate the abusive tantrums our child threw. It taught us new ways to deal with situations and help discover new ways to communicate with our child’s limited expressive speech. This service and the team we worked with were beyond amazing in helping us each step of the way. We are beyond grateful for the work they helped us do and the changes we made!” – Brittany Burke, Early Intervention Parent.