MARF improves the lives of Missourians with disabilities by driving public policy and strengthening member organizations through advocacy, education and collaboration.

MARF is made up of two working divisions including Community Living and Employment.

Our Members

The Community Living Division is dedicated to keeping people with disabilities out of the institutional setting and in the community through access to group homes, semi-independent apartment programs, individualized supported living and community integration.

The Employment Division consists of Community Rehabilitation Providers throughout the state of Missouri that offer a variety of vocational services to persons with disabilities. These services include skills training, job development, supported employment, sheltered employment, and job maintenance support needed to go to work and improve their independence.

MARF providers serve people with disabilities through many aspects including: Residential Services, In-home Supports, Day Programs, Individual Supported Living (ISL), Group Homes, Community Access Training, Skills Training, Job Development, Supported Employment, and Sheltered Employment.