- What is a Trust?
- Our Trusts
- About Us
- Contact Us
- Documents & Forms
NYSARC Trust Services is a national leader of pooled supplemental needs trust administration and has helped thousands of people protect benefits and improve their quality of life.
Our trust programs allow people with disabilities and older adults with chronic care needs to spend-down funds to qualify and/or maintain financial eligibility for Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.
The goal is to enable people with disabilities and older adults to remain comfortably and safely in the community for as long as possible.
NYSARC Trust Services is a statewide program that serves people in every county of New York. Learn more about our trust programs.
About The Arc New York
The Arc New York, formerly known as NYSARC, is a family-led organization that was founded in 1949 to serve a critical mission – to improve the quality of life for people with developmental and other disabilities. What started as a support group and day nursery for families coping with these disabilities has grown to become the largest nonprofit in New York State serving those with developmental and other disabilities.
The Arc New York established NYSARC Trust Services in 1972, which expanded its mission by offering supplemental needs trust and pooled trust services to help people with with any type of disability protect government benefits and preserve income and assets for life enhancing purchases.
"NYSARC Trust Services representatives have always been very professional and wonderful people to work with. They are doing great work with helping people in need."
"Yours is the gold standard by which all agencies should be measured."
"The quality of service offered by NYSARC Trust Services is unparalleled."
"With a NYSARC trust we know she will always be cared for."
"You enable seniors to live their remaining lives with dignity. The work you do is appreciated more than you know."
"Your organization is a magnificent group of people dedicated to providing the elderly and disabled with a life of dignity."