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 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), family support, advocacy, recreation, summer camp, Special Olympics training, early intervention, and a wide variety of social services.
Announcements & Upcoming Events
The 12th Annual Prom for Members of The Arc of Warren County Community Celebrated a Past Era
Washington, N.J., September 4, 2019 – The 12th Annual Prom for members of The Arc of Warren County’s community and their guests took place at Hawk Pointe Gulf Club recently. Approximately 140 guests enjoyed the festivities at the event which celebrated a past era. The prom’s theme was “That 70’s Prom: A Dressy Disco.”
The Arc of Warren County Self-Advocates’ Fundraiser Scheduled for September 27, 2019
Washington, N.J., September 19, 2019 – Make a difference to the members of The Arc of Warren County Self-Advocacy Group Go Getters by participating in a fundraiser that helps support the group. From 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on September 27, the Phillipsburg Panera, which is located at 1196 US Highway 22, will donate 20% of food and beverage purchases to the Self-Advocacy Group, Go Getters, which consist of individuals who utilize the services of The Arc of Warren County.
The SummerFest Food Truck Festival with Donaldson Farms was an astounding success!
Thank you to Donaldson Farms, Mega-Bites and all of our sponsors (John Johnson Automotive Group; The House of the Good Shepherd; Fulton Bank; Mutual of America; Nisivoccia, LLP; Assured Partners Benefit Advisors/Walsh Benefits; Artic Foods, USA; Hunterdon Healthcare; Maguire-Scala Memorial Home; Panther Valley Pharmacy; Retro Fitness Mount Olive; and Valley Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Lawn Sprinklers, LLC). Over 3000 people were in attendance. It was a fun-filled day with music, food and games. There was something to do for everybody!
Photos by Amanda Louraine Photography
Give a Tribute Gift From the Heart
The Arc Radiothon Fundraiser Hits the $75,000 Mark
Results are Highest in 29-Year History
Washington, N.J., August 13, 2019 – The Arc of Warren County’s 29th Annual Radiothon with WRNJ radio raised over $75,000 for the Washington-based organization. This is the highest amount of funds that have been raised for this annual event in a 29-year history. This year’s co-chairs were Norman Worth, President and Managing Partner of WRNJ Radio and Jim Travis, Executive Manager for SASCO Otterstedt Insurance. This year’s Radiothon honored longtime Arc Foundation Executive Director, Kevin Guyette, who passed away last fall.
On June, 5, 2019, WRNJ radio devoted the entire day to sharing stories about the impact of The Arc of Warren County’s work with individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities from families, consumers, community leaders and employees.
The Arc of Warren County’s Sprint Triathlon
The Arc of Warren County’s Sprint Triathlon took place on July 13, 2019 with 115 registered participants. This successful fundraiser was held at Mountain Lake in Liberty Township and included a ¼ mile swim, a 15 mile bike ride and a three mile run.
Early Intervention Department Helps the Fleming Family
Early Intervention Services from The Arc of Warren County Prove to Be Life-Changing for Local Family When the Fleming triplets were born seven weeks early, they were referred to The Arc of Warren County’s Early Intervention (EI) program while they were in NICU. “The difficult moments that followed made it easier to cope with the support and guidance that the Early Intervention staff provided to me,” says Yerkis Fleming, mom to Frida, Sebastian and Carter. “They 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.”
“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.