Group Living, Inc.

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700 Main St, Ste 200

Arkadelphia, AR 71923

870.246.5849

 

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    Group Living, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization providing normalization skills        and living assistance to adults with developmental disabilities.  Our mission is to help       each individual attain the highest level of independence of which he or she is capable.

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Supportive Living Assistance       Adult Day Services

Medicaid Waiver Services          Life Enhancement Skills

Independent Living Skills            Employment Opportunities

 

Qualifying Criteria

 

In order to qualify for all programs of Group Living, Inc., other than Medicaid Waiver, you must be 18 years of age, be no longer eligible for services in the Arkansas Public School Systems, have self help skills and possess one of the following disabilities:  Mental Retardation - Autism - Cerebral Palsy - Epilepsy.

 

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Group Living, Inc. hosts charitable Bingo on the Second, Fourth and Fifth Tuesdays of each month.        

Title VI                 

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is a national law that protects persons from discrimination based on their race, color or national origin in programs and activities that receive Federal financial assistance.  If you are eligible for Medicaid, other health care, or human services, you cannot be denied assistance because of your race, color or national origin.  The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) enforces Title VI as well as other civil rights laws.

                              

 
   

                                                            This site was last updated 03/21/12