Current Events

 

♦ ISSUES AND EVENTS ♦

 

PA ABLE Accounts

 

The Arc’s Information Flyer

PA Budget Info Sheet

 

FAQ About Proposed Changes Related to Employment and Day Services

 

Family Information Sessions
PA ABLE Accounts are now open! Join us to learn what ABLE accounts are and how to open them. Tuesday, May 9th from 6 pm to 7:30 pm.
Location: Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church, 119 N. 8th St, Lebanon, PA 17046
RSVP to info@thearcoflancasterco.org or 717-394-5251.
Click HERE for full details!

 

♦ A Time for Adults with Disabilities and Their Friends to Get Together
We are starting a group to help folks with disabilities and their friends to meet together. The first meeting(s) will be held as follows. Please come to one and share your ideas on the kind of group you want! Serving Lancaster and Lebanon Counties.
Lebanon County: May 9th from 6pm to 7:30 pm at the Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church, 119 N. 8th Street, Lebanon, PA 17046
For more information contact: info@thearcoflancasterco.org or 717-394-5251.
Click HERE to see the flyer!

 

♦ PATHways Program
PATHways is our new program that works with families helping to think through and plan for upcoming life needs and work through what is needed to get to the next point in life. Send an email to Keren or call 717-394-5251 to learn how this program to help you! Click HERE to see the flyer!

 

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CommunityAid Bin Sites for The Arc

 

S.O.S. Donation Card for: Park City Diner and Knight and Day Diner Get one now and support The Arc

 

Amazon Smile For every sale you make on Amazon.Smile, a donation is made to us. Simply log onto the link below and select “The Arc of Lancaster County” as your charity. Smile.Amazon.com

Lancaster-Lebanon Local Task Force

 

Millersville University and Elizabethtown College Best Buddies and The Arc join forces in creating friendships

 

Event & Program Pictures
Family and Friends Picnic Ride to Achieve

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About The Arc

The Arc of Lancaster County was formed in 1962 by a group of parents who wanted to change how society accepted their family members with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  We continue their mission by striving every day to achieve our mission.

 

~ MISSION STATEMENT ~
“Empowering people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) to lead full, satisfying, independent lives of their choice”.

 

The Arc of Lancaster provides the following free supports and services:

  • Advocacy

  • Community Education

  • Independent Monitoring for Quality

  • Information and Referral

The Arc of Lancaster County is affiliated with the following organizations: