As a group of passionate and dedicated people, we work with human service providers to create better outcomes to those within the I/DD community.
Arlington Heritage Group services allow disabled individuals and their caregivers the means to plan for future financial needs while maintaining eligibility for government benefits; this comes at minimal cost to the individual and no cost to the provider.
Arlington Heritage Group helps you improve the quality of life for those in your care.
Arlington Heritage Group was founded in 1986 as a response to providers experiencing difficulties with end-of-life planning. We have been offering solutions to non-profits and people caring for individuals within the I/DD community for over 30 years.
Since beginning with one individual and one agency operating in one state, Arlington Heritage Group has grown into a company of national scope, serving over 100 providers and 3,000 individuals.
Arlington Heritage Group’s namesake derives from the eternal flame at the Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
Our logo clearly evokes that imagery and denotes our commitment to vigilance and fidelity in managing money for the most vulnerable populations.
Arlington Heritage Group offers financial planning solutions with The Provider Trust and Irrevocable Burial Trust. See what some of our clients have to say about us.
Our Founder & Chairman Emeritus
Thomas R. Tirney, Ph.D., founder of Arlington Heritage Group
After serving in the US Navy, Dr. Tirney began his undergraduate and graduate work, receiving degrees from Temple University (BS-1961, MBA-1965) and University of Pennsylvania, The Warton School (Ph.D.-1971). He went on to teach at several universities and started numerous companies before founding Arlington Heritage Group.
The business was established in 1986 as the result of helping one agency in one state for one person with special needs. From this beginning Arlington Heritage Group has grown to serve 100+ providers and over 4,000 individuals.
The success of Arlington Heritage Group is the result of dedicated associates whose primary responsibility is to safeguard benefits for individuals with disabilities.
As with Tom’s first client, Arlington Heritage Group’s focus is on the individual and what can be done to improve lives and outcomes.