The ARC of Martin County
2001 South Kanner Highway | Stuart, FL 34994 | (772) 283-2525
As a parent, there is nothing more frightening than knowing your child has serious disabilities, yet living day to day without understanding how to help her. ARC changed our lives! Their staff immediately took us in and helped us with therapy and techniques to address her disabilities. For a family in our situation, there are no other organizations that can provide the care, expertise and resources ARC does. Simply put, their work is God's work to many families.
ARC (Advocates for the Rights of the Challenged), is a 501 (c)(3) non-for-profit organization dedicated to empowering children and adults with developmental disabilities to achieve their fullest potential through residential, vocational, educational, behavioral and other healthcare services.
Our goal is to provide supports, assistance and training that will enhance the abiliities for children and adults with disabilities to thrive each day. But, even more importantly, the ARC prepares individuals with disabilities to overcome any obstacles they may face throughout their life . Obstacles that may challenge them mentally, physically, socially and/or culturally from achieving their fullest potential.
Who We Serve
ARC provides support and assistance to children and adults with a variety of challenges, including: intellectual disabilities, autism, Down’s syndrome, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, epilepsy, and other related developmental disabilities.
Through a full spectrum of programs and medical technology, we assist with education, skill training, community involvement, physical and behavioral therapy, and developing self-sufficiency for each and every individual.
We are honored to assist and support more than 250 children and adults each month, employing over 110 professionals in the healthcare, education, and other related areas of expertise.
To learn more about our areas of service, click here.