Growing success since 1955
For more than 60 years Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara has been the single contact point for individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities and their families.
Through habilitation, supportive services and a caring touch, we provide the opportunity for everyone – from newborns to seniors – to reach their maximum potential. We are the Niagara County Chapter of NYSARC, Inc. and a member of The Arc.
NYSARC, Inc. is the largest not-for-profit in New York State serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. The 53 Chapters comprising NYSARC, Inc. are located in every county in New York State. The Organization supports over 60,000 individuals, employs over 30,000 people and has a membership of over 110,000.
Welcome to the place for Growing Success, and where Opportunities are Unlimited.
We are hiring — visit our Current Job Openings page and attend our “Walk-In” Interviews on Tuesday, August 22, from 9 am to 3 pm at our Town of Niagara — 1555 Fashion Outlet Boulevard — location. Bring a completed application or complete one that day.
Your support, for independence
We are a not-for-profit agency providing a wide range of habilitative and supportive services for individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities residing in Niagara County as well as areas in Western New York that include Tonawanda, Grand Island, Kenmore and West Amherst.
Our services include day programming, employment/on-site vocational training, supported community-based employment, community volunteer opportunitiers, technology, educational programming on campus at Niagara University, horticulture therapy, fine arts, residential choices, service coordination for any age, clinical services, self advocacy, recreation and much more.
Advocacy efforts are coordinated through our parent organization — NYSARC, Inc. and our national affiliation with The Arc. At present families, individuals receiving supports and friends are encouraged to reach out to elected officials and their communities through the #ItMattersToMeToo campaign to share their personal stories.