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Group receives proclamation
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Posted: 2012 Jul 27 - 00:42

For Hometown News

SEBASTIAN - The city of Sebastian proclaimed July as nonprofit organizations unite month to honor the merging of Sun Up Center and Abilities Resource Center to become SunUp ARC.

The Sun Up Center and Abilities Resource Center, both organizations of long standing that have served the developmentally and intellectually disabled in Indian River County, now operate as SunUp ARC.

"I am pleased to have attention brought to our organization, as they truly are such a vulnerable population," said Mary Jacoby, SunUp ARC board member.

SunUp ARC operates on three campuses, two in Vero Beach and one in Sebastian.

Services include adult day training; behavior services, including behavior analysis services and behavior assistant services; residential group homes; supported living services; in-home supports and personal care assistance; transportation; supported employment and respite care.

An experienced staff of certified professionals provide care to individuals, with the goal of enabling each person to reach his or her potential to lead a rich and fulfilling life.

SunUp ARC also partners and/or charters with Special Equestrians, Special Olympics, Special Scouts, and the Parents Advocacy Group

SunUp ARC is a nonprofit, agency dedicated to meeting the needs of people with developmental disabilities in Indian River County.

For more information, call (772) 562-6854, Ext. 219.




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