ACHIEVE WITH US
Celebrating 51 years serving Noble County, Indiana.
The Arc Noble County Foundations is a nonprofit organization supporting individuals with disabilities in Northeast Indiana to maximize their abilities to succeed at work, at home, and in their community. In January 2022, the Board, staff, individuals and other stakeholders are busy planning for the future of the agency. We thank everyone who took time to respond to our recent survey. Your responses will help us to shape the future for supports!
If you have suggestions or want to get involved, though, now is always a good time to communicate with us.
Please feel free to call to share your ideas with Kay Craig at 260.636.2155 or submit our form.
The mission of The Arc Noble County Foundations is to support individuals with disabilities in Northeast Indiana to maximize their abilities to succeed at work, at home and in their community. We are committed to promote meaningful partnerships with all stakeholders to contribute to a rewarding and productive quality of life for all.
The Arc Noble County Foundations began providing services to six adults with developmental disabilities at Rome City School in November 1970. In December 1991, the Noble Training Center had a new name, Foundations, and a new location, its current one in a former manufacturing facility at 506 South Orange Street in Albion.
Since 1991, Foundations has expanded services to include not only pre-vocational training in which individuals work on paid jobs but also a variety of other opportunities.
In 2014, additional services were added for individuals who do not desire the workshop experience to include community opportunities and respite. In 2019, we began a partnership with the Kendallville Community Learning Center (CLC) as a designated programmer. We are also committed to support individuals who would request our services from the other counties in the area to include Dekalb, Lagrange, Steuben and Whitley counties.
We are hopeful our services can support you on your journey!
EVENTS PEOPLE SPOTLIGHT
I am Jim. I’m a piece of the puzzle and I love working at the Arc Noble County Foundations because I get to help persons find a job that they love to do and help them have a meaningful life!