find out more about becoming an affiliated chapter of the arc. contact karen wolf-branigin. find a job. to see employment listings from chapters of the arc and other disability-related organizations, visit our job board.
thearc is a $27 million, 110,000 square foot , state-of-the-art campus located in washington, dc's ward 8. with a mission of working to improve the quality of life for residents of ward 8, thearc is home to eleven of washington, dc's best nonprofit agencies, all of which share the goal of helping children and adults reach their full potential.
building bridges across the river. provides world-class services to the families of ward 7 & 8 through management and leadership of thearc, thearc theater, 11th street bridge park, bbar farms, and skyland workforce center.
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programs & events. support the arc today! you can help ensure individuals with disabilities get the services they need to lead a safe and meaningful life.. the center for future planning ™ learn how to create a guide for an adult with i/dd to lead a good life as independently as possible.
with this option, the arc of the us will: setup and launch your new site (this takes about 2-3 months from start to finish) train your staff to edit and manage your new site (it’s simple enough for non-techies!)
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the arc condemns deteriorating treatment of unaccompanied minors in us custody june 7, 2019; spotlight on grief and aging: mark keeley and mary anne tolliver, st. louis arc june 6, 2019; the arc responds to reports on the widespread use of solitary confinement for immigrant detainees, including people with disabilities may 24, 2019