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.
Join us for an open forum discussion on our Mental Health and Health Care System. We will talk about what's working, what's not working, and what we need. The data collected in this meeting will be submitted to the Attorney General's Mental Health Task Force and other Mississippi policy makes. Together we can make a difference!
Presenter: Henry Moore
February 23rd, 2018 @...
It's time again to renew your yearly Arc Membership.
Membership entitles you to:
Disability Mega Conference
Training and Information
Annual Disability Awareness Picnic
Information and Referral
Art for Austism
Membership fees help us with the Affiliation dues to National, printing costs, internet fees, etc. They also help us financially...
On December 21, the Arc received 10 donated lift chairs. Our Angels (volunteers) gathered to pick up the chairs from the warehouse.. deliver and set up the chairs for people with disabilities. This was such a special Christmas blessing for them.
A huge Thanks to Steve for the opportunity to help our friends with disabilities to receive such a blessing... that helps them in so many ways. Also...
FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 2018
INTERNET CAFE/ GLOSTER CREEK VILLAGE FOOD COURT
11:30 AM TO 1:30 PM
STEVE TYBOR -EIGHT DAYS OF HOPE.
STEVE WILL BE SHARING THEIR MISSION WITH US..AS WELL AS, OPPORTUNITIES FOR OUR GROUP.
FOOD IS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE IN THE FOOD COURT..AND WELCOME INTO OUR INFORMATIVE LUNCH MEETING!
A major tax overhaul taking effect this month is bringing changes to savings accounts for people with disabilities and sparking concern about funding for programs this population relies on.
Republicans in Congress pushed through a $1.5 trillion tax package in December. Tucked inside the law are tweaks to how people with disabilities can use ABLE accounts, which are designed to allow...