7215 York Road
Baltimore, MD 21212
Join us at our Job Fair on July 1 from 10 am – 12 pm at our Main Office in Towson (7215 York Rd., Baltimore, MD 21212). We are hiring for all open positions all over Baltimore for a variety of schedules. All new employees can earn up to $1,500 in sign-on bonuses (terms and conditions apply), and all direct support professional positions start at $14.50. Do not delay because you can get hired on the spot and begin your career at The Arc.
No appointment is necessary. Bring your work authorization documents and your driver’s license if applying for a position that requires driving.
Call for Art
We know that a masterpiece can take time to create, so we wanted to give you nearly three months to start working on your submission for our 20th annual Art in the Round to be held on October 22. Artists of all ages with developmental disabilities are encouraged to submit their art along with a completed artist packet by September 10.
Facing COVID: Annual Report
The amazing stories, told from many perspectives, in our latest digital annual report chronicle the past year as we faced COVID and continue to do so together. It documents the uncertainty, the challenges, the innovation, and most importantly, the hope demonstrated by our entire community.
Virtual Day Services
Due to our closed day centers, our staff is offering a growing number of virtual “classes” for skill-building, fun, and social interaction for those who receive our day services. View all of our offerings and register today!
Driven by the success of the people we support
We strive to support people with developmental disabilities to live their best lives - whether they are finding success at their job, connecting with family and friends, or becoming engaged in their neighborhood. Here are just a few of the many success stories that fuel our mission!
“We thought about Community Living Services for a while. We knew that this would be the best scenario for our son Matthew, and we were very confident that The Arc would meet those needs.”
- Mary Ann Powderly, Mother
“Because of the assistive technology I received from The Arc Baltimore, I’m able to go to work and school and live this beautiful life. The Arc truly changed my life.”
- Seth Burdine, Supported Person
“Over the last ten years, the environment at PDP has provided employees from The Arc a chance to be part of the working community. It gives them a sense of worth and pride that their contributions play an integral part in our process and success. They form relationships with the staff and become part of the PDP family. Furthermore, it educates our staff that people with disabilities are also people with abilities. This is a lesson that we hope can translate across all communities.”
– Brian Hartman, PDP Group
- Brian Hartman, PDP Group
“As a mom with two special needs children, it means everything to me that I have a place at The Arc where I can call for support, information or just talk about any issues that I’m having. They truly listen.”
- Brenda Dwyer, Parent
“Partnering with The Arc is a win-win situation. Reliability and enthusiasm are the two adjectives that I would use to describe our employees supported by The Arc. It has been a pleasure having these employees help us to grow our brands.”
- Garrett Pfeifer, CEO, MD-Brand
“After my husband passed away, I needed help to fill that role with my son Anthony. We both got a good feeling when we first met his Family Living staff Heather. She is very encouraging and helps him to come out of his shell and try new things.”
- Doris Hall, Mother
“I had lived with my grandmother for so long, and I was scared about getting my own apartment with support staff. The staff were very encouraging and helped me to find the best apartment that was close to my family and my job.”
- Paris Price, Supported Individual
“The employees that I work with all help me and support me to get done the things I need to do. They are like my family. I love my job.”
- Donna Motley, Supported Employee
“At the mom support group, I found out about Parent’s Day Out and thought to myself how great it would be to have four hours of kid-free time. We use it as often as we can and would recommend it to any interested parent.”
- Joce Casser, Parent
At The Baltimore, our programs and services impact the lives of people with development disabilities at home, at their job and in their neighborhood. These stats demonstrate our impact in Baltimore.
Zip codes where we support people in their homes
DHS respite hours for 529 families
People volunteering and enjoying daily activities in the community
Dads, moms and siblings attended support groups
Interns building skills through Project SEARCH or Career Catalyst
Hours given by 500+ volunteers and interns
People in homes they choose with the support they need
Individuals receiving day services at one of our seven locations
Financial help for crises intervention and family needs
Assistive technology devices for help in daily life