Community Group Homes for Disabled Adults

Independent Living Support

Arc of Acadiana provides 11 community group homes to help clients learn the joys and responsibilities of independent living. 

Our clients and their families are guided by experienced, compassionate staff members who understand the challenges faced by developmentally disabled individuals. 

Individual and Family Support Example

Why Arc of Acadiana?

Cultivating Community

While your loved one learns the joys of independent living, they’re also discovering what it takes to be good neighbors, friends and active members of their community.

Seasoned Professionals

Our clients and their families are guided by experienced, compassionate staff members who understand the challenges faced by developmentally disabled individuals.

A History of Care

With over 65 years in Acadiana, our team is devoted to improving the quality of life for you and your loved one.

Residential Services

Family members can rest assured that, while clients are discovering a new level of independence, they are provided the necessary support, guidance, supervision, training and assistance needed to be safe, healthy and happy. We offer assistance for:

  • Transportation
  • Medical Assistance
  • Counseling
  • Money Management
  • Social Activities
  • And More

Our Facilities

We have 11 group home facilities across Acadiana and Northwest Louisiana. Group home Residents enjoy their own living spaces, along with communal group recreational spaces, a kitchen, large outdoor space and additional amenities.

    Get In Touch

    If you are interested in learning more about our community group homes and residential services, we would love to hear from you! Contact us today at the form below and a member of our team will get back to you soon.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Where are Your Facilities Located?

    Arc of Acadiana offers 11 group homes across Acadiana and Northwest Louisiana, including Lafayette, New Iberia, Rayne and Bossier City. Please reach out to us for more information on locations and availability.

    What do daily activities look like?

    Arc of Acadiana’s community group homes provide individuals with meaningful activities that emphasize socialization and community involvement. We offer a wide range of creative and recreational opportunities that include art, music, gardening, and volunteering in the community. In addition, our group home participants learn life skills such as money management, basic housework and cooking. We are committed to helping our participants improve their quality of life in a healthy environment that contributes to growth, happiness, and self-sufficiency.