Advocacy & Resources for Citizens
with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families
Intellectual and developmental disability affects one out of every ten families in America. It cuts across racial, ethnic, educational, social and economic lines. Parents of disabled children are often faced with the responsibility of providing lifelong planning and care for their loved one. Such care can be draining both mentally and physically for the caregiver.
The ARC of Adams County seeks to increase public awareness about mental retardation and the needs as well as the wonderful potential of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It is our mission to help you find the services you need in order to be able to care for your loved one. We can facilitate referral and lend support.
For more information on the ARC of Adams
County and for membership and volunteer opportunities, please call (717)
677-8487 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.