SEVERN,Md — The Arc Central Chesapeake Region held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new home in Severn.
The non-profit has a new headquarters and professional development center.
The 19,000 square foot campus includes a digital and book library, a community meeting space, and a training area.
"This campus is more than just a group of buildings; it is a critical investment in the people and programs of the Arc Central Chesapeake Region," said Jonathon Rondeau, CEO of Arc Central Chesapeake Region. "With this additional investment in our infrastructure, we are already seeing real outcomes for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities."
The Arc Central Chesapeake Region opened in 1961 and currently serves more than 1,500 children, adults, and their families.