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General Information

MISSION STATEMENT:
The Mon-Arc of Monroe, Inc. promotes the general welfare of all persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families through advocacy, counseling, education, and community program and services.

BELIEFS:
1. We believe that all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities have strengths, abilities, and inherent value; are equal before the law;

    and must be treated with dignity and respect, regardless of the level of their disability.
2. We are an organization of, by and for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.
3. We educate the public to respect, accept and include people with intellectual and developmental disabilities as equal members of society.
4. We provide advocacy for education, housing as well as community living supports.
5. We promote community participation ensuring that all people have the fundamental moral, civil, and constitutional rights and opportunities to

    live, learn, work, play and worship in communities of their choosing. 6. We conduct our business according to the highest ethical standards.

We boast a 60+ year legacy of service to the intellectually and developmentally disabled community in Monroe County.

We actively provide representative payee services, free monthly social activities such as dances, and advocacy.

We support consumers through the Monroe County Transition Council, the Department of Health and Human Services, Community Mental Health Providers meetings, attend educational IEP’s and any educational staff meetings, Community Mental Health IPOS's - when requested, conference nursing home facilities for purchases for consumer's needs, along with monthly conversations with consumers for daily living skills in the area of budgeting, and educate the community with our quarterly newsletter.

Geographic area served:

We serve Monroe and Lenawee Counties.

There are no other branch offices in Monroe or Lenawee Counties.

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The Mon-Arc of Monroe

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