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IN OUR WORLD FRIENDSHIP MATTERS

At L’Arche, people with and without intellectual disabilities live, work, and learn together creating communities of friendship and belonging

 

Who We Are

At L’Arche, people with and without intellectual disabilities live, work, and learn together creating communities of friendship and belonging.

Who We Hire

We are always happy to welcome new Assistants to the role of living with, supporting and developing friendships with our members with intellectual disabilities.

Assistant Role

Assistants find their time at L’Arche to be filled with meaning, growth, friendship, challenge, and fun.

Make a Difference

In a world so often divided by difference, L’Arche creates inclusive communities where people of many differences live and work together.

Leadership Training

L’Arche is committed to supporting each person to reach their potential and this applies to Assistants, as well as, Core Members (persons with intellectual disabilities).

A Year or a Career

Hundreds of people come to L’Arche communities to learn, to grow, and to have an extraordinary life-changing experience.

Why Say Yes

More than a job, L’Arche offers an exceptional and life changing adventure in friendship, self-discovery, and faith.

Profiles

Sabine is a member of L’Arche in the beautiful setting of Cape Breton. Experience community with her as she describes her life with the members of her home, especially Maggy Rose.
Listen to Elisabeth's testimony from L'Arche Joliette, Quebec: “Living in community means sharing our happiness, our sadness, our moments of craziness..."
Peter returned to L’Arche Antigonish after being away for 16 years. Learn how he rediscovered his relationship with Heather, and how he is building new relationships in his community.
Akech came to L’Arche Winnipeg in June 2015 after completing her BA in Psychology with a minor in theology from Canadian Mennonite University. Akech came to L’Arche because of two of her passions—community and supporting persons with intellectual disabilities.
I loved my experiences of living in a L’Arche home and dedicating myself to being with people. But, as time progressed I realized that I have gifts that I could and I want to use.