• Arc Muskegon

    FOR PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

    The mission of The Arc Muskegon is to provide advocacy, education and support services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families and actively support their inclusion, equality and participation in the community.

Advocacy Services

The Arc Muskegon defines its core work to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families and others as our Advocacy & Outreach Services.

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Family Support Services

The Arc Muskegon exists to advocate effectively for people with disabilities and their families so that they may participate fully in their community.

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Financial Services

The Arc Muskegon offers financial services such as: legacy planning, pooled trust, and representative payee services. Lorem Epsom dolor

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2 days ago

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We have created an April 2020 Community Calendar compiled entirely of opportunities for activities and involvement that are of a virtual & online format. There are also included many links for resources and help during this time. arcmuskegon.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/April-2020-1.pdf ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

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You count. Your community counts. Be counted!

Today is an important day. Every 10 years, everyone in the United States is counted through the census. A lot is at stake—the census determines funding for programs like special education, health care, and more. On top of that, the U.S. Census Bureau considers people with disabilities a "hard to count" population. Even with many self-isolating, it is easy to complete the census. It takes just a few minutes to fill out and can be done safely right in the comfort of your home.

When everyone is counted, our communities get their fair share of federal funding to help keep all people safe and healthy. Health care, education, and emergency planning all depend on getting an accurate census count. Help your community by responding to the census today.

Haven't filled out your form yet? The Arc has you covered. We're here to help make sure you, your friends, your family, and your community are counted.

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