Angela Johnson   Director of Community Connections and Employment Solutions

Angela Johnson

Director of Community Connections and Employment Solutions

Community Connections

The Arc of the Ozarks believes that everyone should have the opportunity to live, work, learn and play in their community. Community Connections utilizes classroom-style settings and outings to ensure a purposeful environment that allows individuals to benefit from activities in their community.

Day Programs

The Arc's Day Programs provide supports in small groups in the community or at one of our five facilities. The program offers various educational, social and recreational activities.

Independent Living Apartments - Crowhaven

The Arc of the Ozarks manages a supervised apartment complex and oversees an Independent Living Program. This service provides guidance for individuals who may need some social support and direction to live in an apartment of their own. The individual may know how to cook and complete basic domestic tasks but still needs support in planning menus or shopping for groceries. There is an employment requirement for living in this facility.

Community and Home Support

Community Support Services are tailored to provide the supports an individual needs to increase his independence and abilities in his home or in the community. This service is provided on an individual basis or in a group setting and can be utilized in a variety of locations during various times throughout the week. Individuals receiving Community Support Services have a wide range of abilities, talents, interests and ages.

Support Includes:

  • Community Integration

  • Health and Safety

  • Leisure Skills

  • Communication

  • Social Skills

  • Self-Care

  • Domestic Skills

  • Self-Direction

  • Personal Hygiene and Grooming

  • Budgeting and Money Management

  • Self-Advocacy

  • Trips

  • Interpersonal Skills

  • Housekeeping

  • Cooking

  • Other Daily Tasks