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Our Services

Since 1952, MCAR has been the leading service provider in Mercer County for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We provide unparalleled opportunities in employment, vocational training and transitioning, housing, older adult care, family supports and habilitation.


Since 2004, our advocacy efforts have focused on helping families with children maneuver the special education process to ensure a positive education. Our advocacy services are free of charge to families and individuals in Mercer County.

Community Participating Supports

Through both facility-based training and hands-on exploration, we coach individuals through making decisions and solving problems, while also increasing their potential for employment in the community.

Residential Programs

Since the 1970s, MCAR has offered residential services to individuals with disabilities. Through group homes, respite care and family living opportunities, we provide a safe and secure place for individuals to enjoy everyday life.

Habilitation Aide

Our habilitation aide program assists families, caregivers and individuals with disabilities by providing trained aides that help with daily living activities and promote community inclusion.

Work Opportunities

We believe that a job gives a person purpose, dignity and independence. Take advantage of our contract jobs, on-site businesses, community employment program or internship coordination.

Clinical Department

The Clinical Department offers Behavior Support Services to individuals with challenging behaviors. Individuals that reside in Residential Group Homes or attend Community Participation Services can receive Behavioral Support Services.


Since 1952, we have been a leading provider of services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Today, we promote human rights, provide residential services and create employment opportunities for those with disabilities.  


Whether it's becoming a member or donating a monetary gift, help us raise awareness and create opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. There are a number of different ways to get involved with The Arc of Mercer County.


Help us continue to provide services that improve the quality of life for people with special needs. 

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