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WELCOME TO WWAARC

Connecting Special People With Opportunity!

Warren, Washington & Albany Counties Chapter of NYSARC, Inc. (WWAARC), located in upstate 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 the only Respite Center between Albany and the Canadian border. For over 50 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.

WWAARC WORKING IN THE COMMUNITY

In The News

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!

This Is WWAARC

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!

 Advocacy

Senator Tedisco is a long-time advocate and friend of the disabilities field.  We are so lucky to have many of our representatives listening and speaking up for our community!  In this clip, Senator (then Assemblyman) Tedisco and WWAARC Advocate, Jennifer McCullough, discuss the devastating impact of minimum wage changes and lack of funding on the disabilities field.

6th Annual

WWAARC Charity Golf Tournament

A day filled with fun, contests, great food, drink, and friends…all on the beautiful greens of the Saratoga National Golf Course! Please join us and help to support the programs and services that we provide for nearly 1,000 people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities in the Capital Region.

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