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 Harc is a major provider of clinical and supportive services for people with intellectual disability and related challenges. Serving greater Hartford since 1951, Harc provides the full range of services from intermittent support to pervasive care. Services include: early intervention through Connecticut's Birth-to-Three System, family support, respite and year round recreation, employment and adult day programs, behavioral health, residential, elderly and advocacy. Harc advocates for civil rights, supportive services throughout the lifetime, and quality of life for people with intellectual disability and their families.


Harc's programs have national accreditation and licenses. Though Harc has become a large multi-service organization, it retains a strong sense of family. The Board of Directors consists of committed community leaders including parents, adult siblings and self-advocates.


Harc's mission is to help individuals with intellectual disability and their families enjoy lives of quality, inclusion and dignity by providing support, education, and advocacy.  

 Harc is a major provider of clinical and supportive services for people with intellectual disability and related challenges. Serving greater Hartford since 1951, Harc provides the full range of services from intermittent support to…

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  • Disability

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