The Arc Anderson County is a family-based organization that promotes, protects, and advocates for the rights of people with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities to live self-determined, meaningful lives in inclusive communities.
The mission of The Arc Anderson County is “to promote advocacy, empowerment, and full participation for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.”
What Services Do We Offer?
The Arc of Anderson County has several programs to offer people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their family members, and their caregivers.
- After-School Program
- Social and Recreational Activities
- Summer Day Camp
- Family and Community Partnership
- Workshops and Transition Fairs
- Governmental Affairs Representation
- Public Awareness
The Arc of Anderson County Receives Most of Their Funding:
- 39% United Way
- 29% Public Support
The Support is Primarily Made up of:
- Local Businesses
- We recently received $1,200. from local businesses that have expressed interest in partnering with us.
- Local Churches
Magnitude of Need for People with I/DD (Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities):
- 94 people in Anderson County
- 67 people in Roane County
- 27 people in Morgan County
188 people are without funding for the limited available programs.