- Infants, children and youth with I/DD have access to the supports and services they need to live in their family homes, to succeed in school and to partake in all of the experiences of childhood.
- Adults with I/DD have the opportunity to lead lives of their own choosing, to be free from poverty, to be employed, to reside in the community, and to live independently with ready access to whatever services and supports they need.
- Individual members of the public value, respect and accept people with I/DD as equal members of society.
- The Arc is a powerful advocate for people with I/DD, leading a vibrant, engaged and growing movement of people with I/DD; their family members, friends and colleagues; and the nonprofit organizations that serve them, committed to the full inclusion of people with I/DD in society.
How can you get involved?
- Share with your family, friends and businesses about our Advocacy Services
- Become a member of our chapter
- Schedule an outreach/education presentation at your place of business
Meet the Team
The Arc of the Central Mountains is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and led by key staff members.