Connecting Special People With Opportunity!

Amid COVID-19, WE ARE STILL HIRING! If you are a displaced employee – we are HIRING. Direct Support Professionals are defined as Essential Health Care Workers”. We have positions available, become an Essential Health Care Worker” as a DSP! The people we support continue to need Direct Support Professional staff to help and assist them day and night. No experience necessary – we will provide training. The minimum requirement is High School Equivalent.

Please apply today – We are hiring! Complete our application in our Career Opportunities Tab. Applications can also be picked up at Quaker – 436 Quaker Road Queensbury, NY 12804 and Krumkill – 334 Krumkill Road Slingerlands, NY 12159 locations in the application boxes located outside the entrance doors. We also have our open positions posted on Indeed.com where you can submit your interest via submitting a resume. Please note, submitting a completed application is still required for an interview.

We thank you in advance for your support and consideration. Submit your application via our website, to ww-hr@caparcny.org or fax to 518-743-9258. Please feel free to call 518-793-4204 for assistance. 

Due to the newly implemented COVID-19 protocols, WWAARC suspended specifically and only our walk-in interviews at our Krumkill and Quaker locations. The health and welfare of the people we support, our WWAARC team, and the community were at the heart of this decision.

During this unprecedented time, we continue to recruit and interview potential WWAARC team members; however, we will be required to do so under new guidelines. Interviews will be conducted via phone, Skype, Zoom, Facetime, or any other mutually convenient video chat tool.

Contact us today! The People We Support Need You!!!  Apply today! — WWAARC’s HR Team

Warren, Washington & Albany Counties ARC (WWAARC), A Chapter of The Arc New York, is a nonprofit organization serving nearly 1,000 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We operate 43 residences, 29 Supported Living Program (SLP) apartments, five day programs, a Work Center, Community Employment and have a free standing Respite Center. For over 65 years, WWAARC has represented a longstanding tradition of providing outstanding advocacy, family support, and the very best quality services to many people throughout Warren, Washington and Albany Counties.

In The News

WWAARC awarded $54,000 in grants

In 2020, WWAARC was awarded $54,000 in grants from the Trustee Management Board of NYSARC Trust Services to support our guardianship and recreation programs. We are so grateful for our guardianship grant of $42,000 and our recreational grant of $12,000. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are especially grateful for this award as times are tough for all. Please click here to see how we used these funds in 2020.

Guilderland Chamber Award Video!

The Guilderland Chamber honors one company as the Best Place to Work as voted by their employees! This year’s nominees are Community CaregiversCrossgates Mall Management Office, and Warren, Washington & Albany Counties ARC – WWAARC! Check out the video to see this year’s winner!

It Matters To Us!

WWAARC staff, families and people supported are speaking out for what matters to THEM! WWAARC serves approximately 1,000 people in the area with varying levels of abilities, needs, hopes, and dreams – they deserve to be heard, they want to contribute to the community and enjoy the rights and simple pleasures that so many take for granted every day!

We Are Family

An introduction to who we are and what we do – please take a moment to watch this video and learn more about our agency and the people that we serve and how you can get involved. We are community, we are friends, we are family – We are WWAARC!

Covid-19 Relief Fund

WWAARC’s Direct Support Professionals continue to work around the clock to provide support and care for our nearly 1,000 people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. We operate 43 Residences, 29 Supported Living Program (SLP) Apartments, Five Adult Day Programs, a Work Center, Community Employment and we have a free standing Respite Center. These programs are staffed 24/7 and involve close contact with people with differing abilities.