Identify, plan, and achieve your life goals.

Life Coaching: Building SelfTwo adults talking

A Life Coach assists people who want to fulfill their dreams, but are running up against road blocks. Life coaching involves asking powerful questions of an individual, discovering what motivates them, finding tools to remain focused, and holding each person accountable. Life Coaches are certified professionals who work with individuals to clarify what they want in life and how to get it.

Start today and take a step towards building a life that is exciting and fulfilling to you. For more information on these programs, contact Beth Moeller, Director of Community Living at
314-817-2271.

Transition to Independence: Building Skills

If you are ready to live on your own and manage your daily life with minimal support, the St. Louis Arc is available. Participants receive needs-based, one-on-one supports that are designed to maximize a person’s independence, while providing up to 12 hours of assistance each week. Support can range from help paying bills and meeting health needs to assistance arranging leisure activities.

For more information on these programs, contact Beth Moeller, Director of Community Living at
314-817-2271.

Bounce Forward

Meet other transition-age young adults (16-25) and start thinking about the next stage of your life. Join us for one or all of the Bounce Forward events. These events provide an opportunity to network with other young adults looking to find a friend, a roommate, an apartment, or to just start thinking about the future. Young adults and their families are encouraged to attend. For more information contact Arc.Transition@slarc.org.

Employment and Training

Employment Services empowers individuals with disabilities to achieve their employment goals.

Community Engagement

Community Integration Services provides daily support to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, so they can become active participants in their community.