Achieve with us.

Build skills and friendships in the community.

The Arc programs are designed to meet needs among people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) with community activities, social navigation, and employment training.

Please bear with us as we acknowledge that Covid cases are again on the rise. We are currently recommending that masks be worn during programs. If you have symptoms or have been exposed to someone recently who has flu- or cold-like symptoms, please stay home. Be safe and well.

Current Programs Offered by The Arc 

The CommCard Program

A simple communication tool can make the difference between a routine police call and a traumatic experience. That’s where the CommCard Program comes in, bridging conversation between helping authorities and people with IDD.

Employment Training Program

The Arc Employment Training Program helps build resumes with valuable work experience. Participants receive one-to-one job coaching that can build confidence and increase transferable employment skills.

Benton County TAAP

The Arc Achievement Program (TAAP) is a day supports activities program funded with Medicaid as a part of a person’s ISP. The Benton County TAAP provides learning experiences in the arts and community- based activities that contribute to the overall well-being of people with developmental disabilities.

Lincoln County TAAP

The Arc Achievement Program (TAAP) in Lincoln County is a day supports activities program for adults in Lincoln County with intellectual and developmental disabilities. TAAP in Lincoln County provides unique activities built around social navigation, community exploration and well-being.

Family and Friends Support Group

This facilitated group meets on the second Monday of each month from 11:00am – 1:00pm at The Church of the Good Samaritan.  Address: 333 NW 35 th Street, Corvallis                                            
Plenty of off-street parking is available.

Join us for learning and sharing opportunities while
supporting each other to improve the lives of those we love with
intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). 

Topics include: Future planning, SSI/SSDI, social anxiety, denial of services, housing concerns and options, and more. 

For more information, contact Misha Marie at:

Our programs:
foster personal growth
increase self-determination and confidence
increase important social, cognitive and emotional skills
offer friendship opportunities
build a community of access and accommodations

How Our Programs Support People With IDD

Our program staff are trained and qualified to offer high quality direct support in our classes and activities. They use creative and gentle ways to teach, adapt, communicate and motivate participants to reach their fullest potential.

Program Participants



Years Serving People with IDD