The Arc advocates for and serves people with I/DD, including Down syndrome, autism, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, cerebral palsy and other diagnoses. The Arc has a network of 700 chapters across the country promoting and protecting the human rights of people with I/DD and actively supporting their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes and without regard to diagnosis.

The Arc is not an acronym; always refer to us as The Arc, not The ARC and never ARC. The Arc should be considered as a title or a phrase.
4 days ago 6:30:00 pm    0 comments    Events
The Arc of Northeast Mississippi Support Group Meeting Sharing And Caring When: Friday, August 25th 11:30 - 1 P.M. Where: Internet Cafe Midtown Point, GlosterCreek Village 499 Gloster St. Tupelo MS 38801 We would like to invite you to join the Arc of Northeast Mississippi on Friday, August 25, as we meet and network together. Come see what the Arc is all about! We hope that you...
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Help Support The Arc of Northeast Mississippi T-SHIRT SIZES SM - XL $18.00 T-SHIRT SIZES 2XL - 4XL  $22.00           MONEY & FORMS WILL BE DUE ON SEPTEMBER 29TH 2017. T-SHIRTS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PICKUP THE FOLLOWING WEEK. PRIZES GRAND PRIZE - 2018 MEGA DISABILITY CONFERENCE REGISTRATION 1ST PLACE - FREE T-SHIRT,...
2017-08-09 4:48 pm    0 comments    Events
Health Care Reform Forum Series Tuesday, August 15, 2017 | 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Link Centre - Reception Hall, 1800 Main Street, Tupelo, Mississippi Please join us for a non-partisan dialogue regarding healthcare reform, the Mississippi Medicaid program, alternative health care delivery models and the stability of the Mississippi health insurance market. Topics ACA Repeal:...
2017-07-26 12:01 pm    0 comments    News
The health care fight is not over and we need your help! The Senate voted to begin debate on the health care bill, and over the next few days will be voting on various proposals to repeal the Affordable Care Act. You can learn more about the process here.  Many of these proposals will deeply cut the Medicaid program and cause millions of people to lose health care coverage and threaten...
2017-07-19 6:36 pm    0 comments    News
Last night, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced that the Senate would not be voting on the Better Care Reconciliation Act.  Earlier today he announced an upcoming vote on a repeal of the Affordable Care Act without an immediate replacement. Media reports today indicate that this approach does not have sufficient support to pass in the Senate. Make no mistake - the Medicaid...