MARC Community Resources is a human service agency that provides people with intellectual and developmental disabilities with vocational training, residential services, recreation, outreach and advocacy services.
MARC Community Resources empowers adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities to realize their dreams and make choices about their lives.
MARC Community Resources has advocated for the rights of people with disabilities since 1955. In that year, eight families worked tirelessly over countless hours to inform the public about the educational needs of their children. Slowly they opened doors for their own children and 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 is a multi-service agency with 90 paid staff and more than 100 volunteers. We serve well more than 200 people with disabilities by providing choices for housing, employment, and social/recreational life. Additionally, we provide individuals the support and necessary skills to be self-advocates and offer families the support and advocacy they may need at any given time to make the decisions they face for their family member with disabilities