The mission of the Arc of Yates is to empower individuals with developmental disabilities to lead self-directed, meaningful lives.

The values of Arc of Yates are: Diversity, Integrity, Quality, Respect, Results.

The Arc of Yates is a non-profit organization that serves adults, seniors, and children with disabilities throughout Yates and surrounding counties.

With a focus on key values of integrity, diversity, results, quality, and respect, Arc of Yates is poised to help individuals with developmental disabilities achieve their maximum potential for independence and inclusion in the community.

Interested in receiving our Services?

Step #1: Contact Us

Start by reaching out to our Intake Manager, Maggie Mahoney, at 
315-856-8297 or

Step #2: Care Coordination Selection

When we have answered all of your questions about the services offered through our agency, you will select your Care Coordination provider and let OPWDD and the providers know whom you have chosen.  We will help guide you with any additional questions or concerns you may have.

Step #3: Plan Development

With the assistance of your Care Coordinator, you will develop a plan to cover all your needs. The Arc of Yates is here to help meet you and your family's needs

Step #4: Make a Referral

To make a referral (service providers only) click here:

Scroll to the bottom and click on provider referral application to submit a secure referral.

Learn more!

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Recent News

Kid's Day at the Arc of Yates

Kid's Day at the Arc of Yates

On April 5, 2018 twenty children took a day out of their Spring Break and visited the Arc of Yates facilities, learning about the Agency’s mission and the important work their parents do on a daily basis. The 3rd Annual event included tours of Keuka Lake School, The Print Shop and the Agency’s program facility.  Lunch was catered by individuals who participate in the Agency’s Culinary Institute, one of several curriculum programs offered.  In addition to discussions around how the field of developmental disabilities has changed since the Arc was founded more than four decades ago, students participated in sensitivity training activities that simulated the experience of disabilities and provided a deeper understanding of what it means to live with a disability.  “This annual event is important on several levels,” stated Deb Fabris-Coon, Chief Education Administrator.  “It allows parents the opportunity to share what they do, and is an opportunity for children to interact with and learn from the individuals we support.” 

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