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At The Arc of Spokane we support independence, empower families, and promote opportunities to learn and achieve.

Achieve with us. 

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AUTONOMY

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FAMILIES

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INDEPENDENCE

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EDUCATION


There is no greater disability in society, than the inability to see a person as more.
— Robert M. Hensel

Advocate with us.

Enhance the quality of life for someone with developmental disabilities. Advocacy has always been the core of The Arc's mission. Until only a few decades ago people with developmental disabilities had little opportunity for personal, social or economic growth. But, in the 1950s parents and citizens organized in an effort to change social conventions that marginalized those with different abilities. That organization eventually became The Arc. The Arc works with individuals, parents and civic leaders at the local, state and national level to encourage common sense policy and make the world a better place for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). 

To learn more about The Arc of Spokane's Community Advocacy effort or to participate on a Task Force, contact Brian Holloway at The Arc of Spokane, (509) 789-8321 or bholloway@arc-spokane.org.