• 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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UPCOMING EVENTS

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15 hours ago

The Arc Muskegon

This year there are many virtual celebrations of the life of slain Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, including:
📌Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History MLK Day virtual celebration is at www.thewright.org/mlk
📌University of Michigan's Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Symposium is at oami.umich.edu/um-mlk-symposium/
Michigan State University's Celebration schedule inclusion.msu.edu/awards/mlk-commemorative-celebration/mlk-calendar.html?fbclid=IwAR1hSrUfCQKR5AC...
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6 days ago

The Arc Muskegon

Vaccine eligibility is currently open to phases 1A, 1B and residents 65 years of age and older. However, vaccine supplies are limited. Public Health – Muskegon County prioritizes available vaccines to those at most significant risk of COVID-19 exposure and negative health outcomes.
Individuals eligible for vaccination because they are 65 and older are encouraged to fill out the Vaccine Request Form. This form is available at www.maskupmuskegon.org/vaccineinfo. Numerous local social service organizations will also be working to connect with individuals who may not have the ability to fill out this online form.
Public Health – Muskegon County will contact individuals who filled out this form to schedule a vaccination appointment as vaccines become available. Due to the large demand for vaccines and limited supply, it may take some time for an appointment to be scheduled.
If you are eligible for vaccination based on your job, vaccination will be coordinated through your employer. Please follow any directions provided to you by your employer as they become available.
Vaccination for Phases 1C and 2 (general public) are expected to begin later in 2021.
Mask Up Muskegon is offering a FAQ for general questions about the vaccine. That information can also be found at www.maskupmuskegon.org/vaccineinfo. It will be updated regularly.
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