A Supports Coordinator is the caseworker within the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP). They are responsible for locating, coordinating, and monitoring services and supports for individuals in the Intellectual Disability system. The Supports Coordinator assists the individual in finding service providers, ensuring that the services they receive are appropriate, and assisting the individual in applying for funding to pay for services.
“Our family has found the Supports Coordinator from The Arc Alliance Advocacy Services is more compassionate and understanding than others we have worked with in the past. She responds quickly to my granddaughter’s needs with legitimate options on support and services. It seems to us that she treats our granddaughter as though she was her own family member. We are thrilled with The Arc Alliance Supports Coordination and are happy to have them involved in our lives and the life of our granddaughter.”
The focus of The Arc Alliance Supports Coordination is you, as we look to provide both paid and natural support and services enabling you to grow and live in your community.
Our core values focus on YOU:
- Person-Centered Planning
- Full community inclusion
- Increased accessibility of Supports Coordinators
- Utilizing all resources to ensure that every option is made available
- Collaboration with providers to create individualized programs
- Promoting relationships with family and friends
- Efficient and responsible use of funding sources
- Coordination with other systems and services
For more information, please contact Heather Revere, via e-mail at HRevere@TheArcAlliance.org. You can also contact our office at 610-265-4700. We are waiting to assist you today!
In order to select The Arc Alliance Advocacy Services as your Supports Coordination Organization, please contact your local County Office for an intake to register for services through the Intellectual Disabilities System:
– Berks County: (610) 236-0530
– Bucks County: (215) 444-2800
– Chester County: (610) 344-6265
– Montgomery County: (610) 278-5666
– Philadelphia County: (215) 685-4677