Birmingham, AL - 35212
(205) 323-6383

Office Hours

  • Monday 7:30AM–4:30PM
  • Tuesday 7:30AM–4:30PM
  • Wednesday 7:30AM–4:30PM
  • Thursday 7:30AM–4:30PM
  • Friday 7:30AM–4:30PM
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed

Arc Of Jefferson County Residential Program

Residents are trained in areas that include personal care and hygiene, leisure-time planning, money management, and housekeeping skills.

Arc Of Jefferson County employ house staff members who are exceptionally patient and caring.

They strive to create a comfortable home environment at each residence, prepare nutritious meals and snacks, oversee the shared housekeeping, and plan outings for the residents.

Arc Of Jefferson County Residential Program Mission Statement

“The Arc of Central Alabama serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families through comprehensive and quality programming, advocacy efforts, education, and awareness, all in an effort to ensure each person affected by I/DD has the opportunity to reach his or her fullest potential for the most independent life possible. ”

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  • User   2020-05-05 09:25:44

    I have a situation.Background... I was married to a woman with a child. In 08, we split due to drugs. Mother ended up in prison and the great grandparents were raising her. Around 2011, the GPs died in a fire. Brittany went into the foster system until an aunt adopted her. As any teen, especially with her life, she became uncontrollable and was booted back into the system until she married an Arab of some sort to get out. We know how that went. She ended up on her own bouncing around until meeting the worthless trash of what should be a man. They are not married and have a baby and 2 year old. He is abusive and totally worthless trash. She is headed here soon and I cant possibly take her. As a dad, Im trying to help. She needs a start to life and a place to stay. She will eventually end up being homeless and the babies taken. I want to get her somewhere safe and give her the life that she needs for the babies sake. Also dont want her hounded by DHR to just take the kids and leave her out. I would rather just drop everything. This has to be done in Jefferson county so I can be the father that I am and keep her on the right path. Her entire family is trash. Thank you and more info when I hear back.

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