SARC’s history is rooted in the disability services sector; as such, most SARC Members are organizations providing a variety of services to people experiencing intellectual or developmental disability.
SARC’s Affiliate Membership category (open to any organization with an expressed interest in SARC) continues to grow, as many of the services offered to SARC Members are applicable to any nonprofit organization. With five decades as a Membership Association specializing in training, consultation, services, and leadership, SARC has the track record and experience to support your nonprofit organization’s commitment to service excellence.
Many of the benefits that are included with SARC Membership can provide a significant return on investment for your organization. Along with the economic benefits, when you become a SARC Member, you are joining a strong network of like-minded individuals and/or organizations who strive to provide quality programs and services to the individuals they support. SARC holds a variety of training initiatives throughout the year that provide a valuable opportunity to come together and learn from each other.
Yes! SARC has different categories of membership depending on the type of your organization and the services that you provide.
An organization that primarily supports adults experiencing intellectual or developmental disability through residential or developmental/day program services.
Any organization, corporation, or association with an expressed interest in SARC.
If your organization is interested in becoming a SARC Member:
Melanie Weiss, Director of Member Services, at (306) 933-0616 ext. 245 or by email.