Group Living, Inc.
“A Disability should not prevent a person from being a vital part of the community.”
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.
Components of Assistance and Empowerment
Supportive Living Assistance Adult Day Services MEDICAID WAIVER SERVICES
Life Enhancement Skills INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Be a part of this great organization. Your help is crucial for the people we serve to continue their skill development and livelihoods. You may make a tax deductible donation to the Endowment Fund by sending your check to: Group Living, Inc., Attn. Jane Lucas, 700 Main St, Suite 200, Arkadelphia, AR 71923
Donate with credit card or PayPal or print and mail a Donation Form to Jane Lucas, PO Box 159, Arkadelphia, AR 71923.
In order to qualify for all programs of Group Living, Inc., other than Medicaid Waiver, you must be between the ages of 18 and 21 with a diploma or certificate of completion, or age 21 or older with self help skills and possess one of the following developmental disabilities: Intellectual Disability-Autism-Cerebral Palsy-Epilepsy.
*Group Living, Inc. does not discriminate based on race, color, sexual preference or national origin in programs and activities as per the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If you are eligible for Medicaid, other health care, or human services, you cannot be denied assistance because of race, color, sexual preference, or national origin. The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) enforces the Title VI as well as other civil rights laws. *
The ADC provides instruction in a variety of daily living skills. The clients have opportunities to participate in music, arts, crafts and recreational activities such as exercise and field trips.
The Beehive Store is a resale shop that provides training and employment for a number of clients in the Group Living program. The resale items are donated by the citizens of Arkadelphia and surrounding areas.
The Honeycomb Restaurant opened in 1995. Our two main purposes for operating a restaurant are to provide work for our clients and to provide a downtown restaurant with good, affordable food.
Our two supervised crews of clients clean businesses, homes and churches in the Arkadelphia area.
Medicaid Waiver Services
Individuals receive an array of home and community based services. The program is intended to prevent unnecessary institutionalization and to assist individuals obtain a safe living arrangement in the least restrictive environment.
Lucas Gardens opened in June of 2005. Ten clients own condominiums. A community building is available for the use of the residents of Lucas Gardens.
Individuals served receive support to help them live in their own homes or apartments. The level of support received from the Group Living staff is based upon individual needs. Types of support include but are not limited to: help with bill paying and money management, nutrition and meal planning, shopping, transportation, socialization and community access.