The following Chapters of The Arc have been selected to serve as health assessment sites for the HealthMeet project:
ACHIEVA – The Arc of Greater Pittsburgh
The Arc of Greater Pittsburgh, a member of ACHIEVA, is committed to providing and advocating for excellence in lifelong services for people with disabilities and their families in western Pennsylvania. The Arc strives to support families of children and adults with disabilities; to protect their rights; to educate people with disabilities, families and professionals about disability and healthcare issues, and to advocate and influence public policy on issues that impact people with disabilities.
The Arc of Alameda
The Arc Alameda County is a non-profit organization providing services, supports and advocacy to over 350 individuals who have intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families throughout Alameda County. To achieve this, The Arc of Alameda County provides a range of services, including employment services, and meaningful day programming including opportunities for volunteerism, creative expression, and community involvement.
The Arc of Gloucester County
The Arc Gloucester is a non-profit organization in south New Jersey dedicated to being the leading force for improving the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Through residential programs, day and respite services, family support programs, and employment services, The Arc Gloucester works to promote its vision for an inclusive community in which all individuals with I/DD are treated with respect.
The Arc of Luzerne County
The Arc of Luzerne County is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with intellectual & developmental disabilities and their families in Luzerne County, located in northeastern Pennsylvania. The Arc is devoted to providing information, encouraging the development of well-coordinated and integrated services, monitoring the quality of programs, and most importantly, working on behalf of the person with I/DD and his/her family to assist in the enhancement and development of skills, attainment of services, and resolution of problems so people can live full, meaningful, healthy lives in the community of their choice.
The Arc of Massachusetts
The mission of The Arc of Massachusetts is to enhance the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families through advocacy of supports and services based in the community. The Arc of Massachusetts represents the interests of more than 180,000 children and adults with specific intellectual and developmental disabilities. We reach out to individuals with information and education, much of it through 19 chapters in local communities throughout the state, as well as through other public and private agencies.
The Arc of North Carolina
The Arc of North Carolina is committed to securing for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how they learn, live, work, and play. Throughout North Carolina, The Arc provides direct supports and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) that enable people to lead full rich lives in the community.
The Arc of Philadelphia
Over the past 65 years, The Arc of Philadelphia, through its volunteer board, staff and membership, have carried out the mission to promote and protect the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively support their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.