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AHRC Foundation Supplemental Needs Pooled Trusts

UPDATED: June 7, 2022

The AHRC Foundation established its Community Trust Services which allows people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities to have their own trust fund to provide for their supplemental needs without affecting their eligibility for government benefits.  Government benefits can include SSI, Medicaid and other public benefit programs.

A parent, relative or any other person may establish an account within the Trust and designate a person with a developmental disability as the beneficiary. A trust can also be established by beneficiary individually.

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Address:

189 Wheatley Road
#3
Brookville, NY 11545
United States

Website:

ahrcfoundation.org

Phone:

516-626-1075 ext. 1133

Email:

info@ahrcfoundation.org

Contact:

Mary McNamara, Foundation Director

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