Additional Resources for Loved Ones with a Disability
To help uphold Arcare’s commitment to the individuals and families we serve, we cannot go it alone. We partner with many other businesses, organizations and resources to ensure you can access the support and information you need regarding care for your loved one. Below are just a handful of some of the groups and resources Arcare consistently works with for positive outcomes for our clients.
Regional Social Security Offices
Delivering Social Security services in the Kansas City Region to meet changing public needs
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Preventing illness, coordinating better care and lowering costs for a healthier America
Special Needs Alliance
A non-profit organization of attorneys specializing in disability and public benefits law
Social Security’s 2015 Red Book
A general guide to employment-related provisions of the SSDI and the SSI programs
Request a printed copy at 410.965.2039
Helping addicts and their loved ones overcome addiction to live healthier lives
For treatment help: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
Johnson County Developmental Supports
Facilitating career and personal development for residents with developmental disabilities
Johnson County Mental Health Center
Serving as a safety net for individuals with the most severe forms of mental illness
Community Service Provider (CSP) that assists persons with developmental disabilities to achieve meaningful levels of independence, inclusion and productivity.
Elizabeth Layton Center
Providing affordable and easily accessible mental health services and programs
Big Lakes Developmental Center
The mission of Big Lakes Developmental Center is to deliver quality services that promote choice, independence, and inclusion for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Pawnee Mental Health Services
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