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For Families

AHRC New York City provides resources for families including Respite, Training Workshops, Educational Advocacy, Sibling Services, and Guardianship information.

In the Community

AHRC New York City encourages people to engage with and become valued members of their community in programs like Adult Day Services, Camping and Recreation, and MSC.

At Home

AHRC New York City provides a range of in-home supports for those with developmental disabilities including individualized services, community habilitation, respite and residences.

Get Work

AHRC New York City has a long-standing tradition of supporting people with disabilities as they: Prepare for Employment, Obtain Employment, and Maintain Employment.

Go To School

Our Preschools, Elementary and Middle High Schools, and College programs prepare students for the most productive, worthwhile, and independent lives possible.

HOW DO I REQUEST SERVICES?

Information for people with developmental disabilities, their families, and professionals wishing to make a referral for services.

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GET INVOLVED

You can help us in our mission. Donate, Volunteer, Become a member, Hire a person with a disability, or simply share our News on social media.

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CAREERS AT AHRC NYC

If you are looking for a place where you can truly make a difference and live your passion every day, we are always looking for bright and talented people to join our diverse team.

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AHRC NYC BUSINESSES

AHRC New York City Businesses offer reliable and cost-effective services, while providing people with disabilities the opportunity to work and take their place in the community.

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GIVE US YOUR FEEDBACK

We want to hear from you. If you have questions or comments about our services, our website, or additional resources that may be available to you, please get in touch with us.

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CRISIS RESOURCES

If your family member with a developmental disability is having a behavioral crisis there are several resources available in New York City.

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RECENT NEWS

  • Transitioning to Adult Services

February 6th Topic: Transitioning to Adult Services

Learn about your options for your loved one with a developmental disability who is approaching the age of 21 and will be transitioning out of the school-age system into the adult world.

  • Janice Bartley, a Self Advocate and Administrative Operations Clerk at AHRC NYC

Janice Bartley Presents at School of Visual Arts

In December, self-advocate, Janice Bartley, presented at The School of Visual Arts’ (SVA) Disability Awareness Training for a group of future art therapists who will soon be graduating from the school’s Art Therapy Master’s program.

  • Johnny Hilario, Juan Reynoso, Alexsander Feliciano, Thomas Cheung, Martha Perez, Susana Torres, Matthew Utnick, and Christopher Brown

Let’s Talk Sports

Six sports fans from AHRC New York City's Employment and Business Services - Manhattan met at Brookfield Place in lower Manhattan for the last Sports Talk group meeting of 2017 on Friday, December 15th.