The Mon-Arc of Monroe, Inc. is a non-profit organization, made up of parents, professionals and concerned citizens. Established in 1962, the ARC exists to improve the welfare of all citizens with developmental disabilities, while providing and promoting services on their behalf.


When a child is diagnosed with a developmental disability, life changes for everyone in the family. Unique challenges are present requiring accomodations, perseverance and sacrifice in order to make life a fulfilling experience for the person with the disability. Advocacy comes from the heart and is instinctive to most families. Advocacy emerges put of knowledge and must be cultivated into a skill.


But sometimes families need help to become effective self-advocates. The educational, medical, and other service systems cam seem complicated and intimidating to families. This is the main reason the Mon-Arc of Monroe, Inc. is available today. The ARC offers the opportunity to learn, to be supported, to assist your family member in receiving what he/she needs, and to support others.


Advocacy is an ongoing effort and commitment, which begins at birth and is a necessary part of each family's life together. It is the ARC's promise to you to assist you in this process.

Our Mission

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

There is NO CHARGE for Advocacy services. Contact the Mon-Arc of Monroe, Inc. by calling (734)-241-5881


The Mon-Arc of Monroe, Inc. is a private non-profit corporation, chaired by a volunteer community board and supported by individuals dedicated to promoting the welfare of persons diagnosed with an intellectual or developmental disability or at risk of an intellectual or developmental disability.

6021 Parkside Drive, Monroe, MI 48161
734-241-5881 FAX: 734-241-3694
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