Santa Rosa’s only exceptional adult training center set to shut doors

A decision by the Santa Rosa County Circuit Court that could doom the efforts of ARC of the Emerald Coast to support adults with special needs in Santa Rosa County has been pushed back to Jan. 6.

The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) has moved to seize the building and vehicles owned by the now defunct ARC of Santa Rosa to repay nearly $380,000 in Medicaid repayment and fees owed revealed in 2015 audit.

Though the previous organization folded immediately after the results of the audit were discovered, ARC of the Emerald Coast based in Okaloosa County stepped in to fill the void as the only day training program for intellectually and developmentally disabled adults in Santa Rosa.

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