The Arc offers a wide range of services to individuals, families and the community. As we grow and evolve we will continue to add to the possibilities.
For many years The Arc was known for the day programs and community living supports offered on 26th Street. Although, we are very proud of our roots as a leader in the disability community, today, our organization reflects our and the national Arc's original purpose of an advocacy based organization.
We focus on improving the lives of individuals with disabilities by advocating for their full inclusion and participation in society and throughout the community. We do this by working both one on one and in a systems change capacity.
Our advocates have over 5 combined decades of personal and professional experience, assisting people with disabilities attain the services and supports they need to live full and successful lives.
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Child & Families Advocacy
In the Schools
Our Child advocate works with parents, students and schools to ensure every child can realize their right to a free and equal education.
Our adult advocates focus on the needs of the individual in order to help them attain the life they envision for themselves. From person centered planning facilitation to social security benefits administration, we look at the individual and not their disability.
The Arc's, Inclusive Recreation Program, seeks to provide the least restrictive and inclusive recreation experiences for people with intellectual and developmental disabilites, through creative programming and by working with exisitng recreational programs.