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St. Louis Arc

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St. Louis Arc (Mailing Address)
1177 N. Warson Road
St. Louis, MO 63132
United States
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Phone
314-569-2211
Website
http://www.slarc.org/



St. Louis Arc

The St. Louis Arc is a non-profit, United Way agency that provides support and services to more than 3,000 adults and children with developmental and intellectual disabilities, and their families, throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area. Founded in 1950, St. Louis Arc has a long history of providing high-quality assistance to people and families.

Their Mission & Values

  • Quality
  • Choice
  • Respect
  • Inclusion
  • Creativity
  • Efficiency
  • Partnership
  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Education
  • Continuity
  • Growth

Their Mission is to help people with developmental disabilities, and their families, by providing a lifetime of high-quality services, family support, and advocacy.

They work hard to provide the kind of individualized services that can really help make a difference to an adult - to a child - to a family. Services provided are designed to maximize choice and to support people as they build quality lives within the St. Louis community.

The people and families of the St. Louis Arc believe that the language they use to talk about disability has an impact on how they view and interact with people who are affected by disability. Because of that belief, the St. Louis Arc emphasizes the use of “People-First Language” in all references to the people and families they serve.

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