The Rutledge Center provides family centered and consumer responsive services to improve the quality of life and develop self-sufficiency for intellectually disabled children and adults.

Newnan-Coweta Arc/The Rutledge Center is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit organization established in 1968. The center was established to serve and promote the general welfare of developmentally delayed and intellectually disabled individuals of Newnan and Coweta County. We provide services which enhance the development of human dignity and growth toward self- sufficiency.

A thirteen member Board of Directors, which serves in a voluntary capacity, governs Newnan-Coweta Arc/The Rutledge Center. Fifteen staff members under the direction of an Executive Director perform the daily operations of the organization. All staff have received extensive development training in critical areas of health education, public law, awareness issues, and direct job-related subjects.

Newnan-Coweta Arc / The Rutledge Center received accreditation from the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) on January 1, 2000.

A wide variety of accredited services is offered to eligible individuals at no charge through organizational and community employment services, personal support, and family services.

The United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta provides local funding for Newnan-Coweta Arc / The Rutledge Center.

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