Our Partners

Dungarvin partners with other providers and associations to enhance quality services that support children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and other diverse needs, including those whose lives are challenged by complex behavior, medical or sensory needs.

Dungarvin is proud to partner with the following:


The American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR) works on behalf of private providers like Dungarvin to advocate, educate, inform and inspire – and make a positive impact that benefits the people and communities we serve. For more information, please visit the ANCOR website.


The Association of Residential Resources in Minnesota (ARRM) is an association of 150 providers supporting thousands of people with developmental and physical disabilities, brain injuries and mental illness in their pursuit of meaningful lives. Dungarvin Minnesota has been a member of ARRM for over 30 years. For more information, please visit the ARRM website.


Benchmarks provides a unified and expert voice on seeking quality services for child welfare, mental health, and substance use. Benchmarks staff understand behavioral health and what is necessary to effectively influence the various aspects of the human services network including the local, legislative, and state entities. Private and public provider and funding sources are part of this system. For more information please visit the Benchmarks of North Carolina website.


The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) manages the delivery of health- and human-related services for all North Carolinians, especially their most vulnerable citizens – children, elderly, disabled and low-income families. The Department works closely with health care professionals, community leaders and advocacy groups; local, state and federal entities; and many other stakeholders to make this happen. For more information, please visit the North Carolina DHHS website.


The mission of the disAbilityResource Center (dRC) is to empower persons with disabilities to become and maintain their independence in their communities. The disAbility Resource Center provides services to people with disabilities of all ages and all types of disabilities and those who support them. For more information, visit the Disability Resource Center website.


Disability Rights North Carolina (DRNC) is a private non profit organization. Designated by the Governor in 2007 to ensure the rights of all state citizens with disabilities through individual advocacy and system change, DRNC is part of a national system of federally mandated independent disability agencies. DRNC is completely independent of government and the disability service system in order to be free of any conflicts of interests which would undermine their capacity to advocate vigorously on behalf of the human and legal rights of people with disabilities. For more information, please visit the Disability Rights North Carolina website.


First in Families is a catalyst for people with disabilities and their families in North Carolina to meet their self-determined needs by leveraging relationships and resources, and encouraging reciprocity in their communities.
They have been supporting people with developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injury and their families throughout North Carolina since 1995. For more information, please visit the First in Families website.


INARF is the principal membership organization in Indiana representing providers of service to people with disabilities. As members of INARF, providers such as Dungarvin are actively involved in shaping industry policy and promoting quality programs in the human service field. For more information, please visit the INARF website.


Oklahoma Community-based Providers, Inc. (OCP) has been in existence since 1979. OCP is a “grass roots” group that has grown into a strong and well-known organization, representing the majority of provider agencies in the State of Oklahoma. OCP holds legislatively-mandated seats on several advisory boards and has been recognized as a negotiating agent for provider agencies. For more information, please visit the OCP website.


The Residential Services Association of Wisconsin (RSA Wisconsin) is a not-for-profit membership and service organization comprised of operators of all community living arrangements and interested agencies and citizens throughout the State of Wisconsin. It is the philosophy of RSA Wisconsin to encourage and endorse the provision of quality services in a homelike setting to individuals in need of transitional services, to aid them in achieving the maximum level of independent living possible. For more information, please visit the RSA Wisconsin website.


Dungarvin, in partnership with Sengistix, provides new automated sensing technology solutions that offer Seniors and people with disabilities greater independence while reducing the cost of care. For more information, please visit the Sengistix website.


TEACCH® Autism Program offers a variety of training and consultation to professionals who work with individuals with ASD. This training and consultation is offered in the state of North Carolina as well as to programs across the United States and around the world. TEACCH has a comprehensive Professional Certification Program that allows professionals to document their use of evidenced-based practices. For more information, please visit the TEACCH website.


The Wisconsin Long Term Care Workforce Alliance (the Alliance) is a coalition of public and private organizations and individuals that recognize the critical and indispensable role direct caregivers play in meeting the long-term care needs of older persons and persons with disabilities in Wisconsin. The purpose of the Alliance is to develop and implement state-wide community-based strategies to improve the recognition, retention, recruitment, and economic status of the long-term care workforce. For more information, please visit the Alliance website.