Current Events

2018 Gala Information and Tickets


PA ABLE Accounts


The Arc’s Information Flyer


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!


♦ SibTalk
Do you know a child age 8 to 12 who has a sibling with a disability? Sometimes the child wants something that is just for them. That’s where SibTalk comes in! A monthly club-like time with activities, games, discussions, and snacks.
To register, send an email to Marleigh, call 717-394-5251, or click HERE!
When: March 12, 2017 from 6:30 to 8 pm
Location: Our new office, 116 W Airport Rd Suite A, Lititz, PA 17543


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CommunityAid flyer for The Arc.2017


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


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.


Lancaster-Lebanon Local Task Force


Transition Coordinating Council Schedule 17-18


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


Event & Program Pictures
Family and Friends Picnic


The Arc
Adult Protective Services Hotline
The Arc PA Priorities
Action Alert

Programs and Services

Individual and Family Support and Advocacy

Family Information Sessions



Relationship Training

disABILITY Acceptance Training

Arc Angel

Best Buddies



Feeling overwhelmed, lost in, and not understanding the educational system and our rights, we contacted The Arc.  An advocate now attends IEP and team meetings with us.  We are more informed and feel more assured by having the advocate right by our side at meetings.” – Michelle & Jeff


“We are grateful for the support we got from The Arc when the personal care home we were living in was closed down by the State.  The Arc helped us through the transition.  The Arc helped us move, helped us with getting donations of items for our apartment.  We know we can call The Arc anytime when we need support.” – Erica and Ron


   The Arc of Lancaster County advocates for people of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Please call us if there is ever anything we can do for you or your family.