Welcome to MARC: Community Resources, Ltd.
Empowering people with disabilities to realize their dreams...
Joanne is the "Diva" of MARC 3. She enjoys life and all that it has to offer. Recently, she went to the beauty salon and received a haircut with some highlights. This was to get prepared for her big day. On March 25th, Joanne's birthday, she went to Providence Place Mall were she was able to do some personal shopping. She purchased one of her favorite character t-shirts, "Hello Kitty," and had her name placed on it.
Joanne loves to spend time in the community; the longer the ride the better the trip. She is full of spirit, despite her past health issues.
Joanne enjoys spending time with her housemates and staff. She is a real PLEASURE.
ANNUAL GIVING CAMPAIGN 2012-2013
We want friends. We want jobs. We want independence.
We want what you want. You can help.
MARC: Community Resources is an affiliated chapter of the The Arc, the largest national volunteer-based organization devoted solely to advocacy on issues pertaining to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. On the statewide level we are also very active with our state Arc, Arc CT.
Middlesex United Way supports our Adult Skill Development & Leisure Program, Saturday Morning Fun & Friends at MARC, and our Outreach & Advocacy efforts. United Way is advancing the common good in Middlesex County by investing in the building blocks for a good life – education, income, health and housing.
MISSION STATEMENT: MARC: Community Resources empowers adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities to realize their dreams and make choices about their lives. To honor and help fulfill these dreams, MARC provides people with choices for housing, employment, and social/recreational life.
MARC: Community Resources has advocated for the rights of people with disabilities since 1955. In that year, eight Middletown families worked tirelessly over countless hours to inform the public
about the educational needs of their children. Slowly they opened doors not only for their own children but also for many others who today attend school like any other child. They also opened minds,
prompting communities to become more inclusive of people with disabilities.
Today, MARC: Community Resources has grown into a multi-faceted organization with 100 paid staff. We serve more than 200 adults and children with disabilities in residential, employment, vocational, leisure and self-advocacy programs.