Child-Adult resource services pair together

Friday, November 5, 2010

Bridges of Indiana recently announced a relationship was created with Child-Adult Resource Services, Inc. (C.A.R.S.), in order to provide more options to people with disabilities.

Bridges of Indiana, a provider founded by a mother who has a child with autism, and C.A.R.S., an agency of five collaborating ARCs, are now partnering to open more doors for special needs individuals in the area.

These two established the relationship in order to provide a "one stop shop," for consumers in the area.

Individuals who are on the Medicaid Waiver Program may seek Residential Services through Bridges of Indiana while receiving Day Program Services through C.A.R.S.

For more information, call Bridges of Indiana's Luke Anderson at 1-800-998--0724 or Child-Adult Resource Services, Inc., David Meadows at 1-888-547-2076.

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  • Good to see something good like this merge, i hope that they are able to grow and continue to help these people. I did this job for quite a while, why it doesnt pay alot, you just cant put a price on helping people who try so hard. GOD bless all of you !

    -- Posted by otis66 on Sat, Nov 6, 2010, at 9:47 PM
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