Adult Community Training



Facilitating equality has been the mission statement of ACT for many years as the Agency focuses on the desires and needs of the individual and what can be done to improve the quality of life for that person.

Company Overview

Adult Community Training (ACT) was founded in 1976 by a group of parents concerned about the lack of programs available for their children after they completed public school. The agency was known as Loudon County Adult Activity Center until 1985 when the name was changed to Adult Community Training. Currently, ACT has over 145 employees and is one of the largest employers in Loudon County. The Agency provides residential services to 52 people living in 26 homes throughout Loudon County. Factories in Loudon, Knox, and Monroe Counties utilize ACT to support their workforce in a variety of jobs. Other services provided by ACT include a large day program providing supports to individuals living in the area and Supported Employment which assists people to find and maintain jobs in their local community.


ACT provides day, vocational, and residential programs to individuals with developmental disabilities in the Loudon County area of Tennessee.

General Information

The administrative office of Adult Community Training is located at 5410 Hwy 321 North in Lenoir City, Tennessee. Business hours are: Monday – Friday from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.

Adult Community Training is one of the leading agencies in Tennessee in providing community based support for individuals with disabilities.