The Arc of Indiana

Donate Now

For people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

News

The Arc Utility Support Program




The Arc of Indiana’s new Utility Support Program can assist families with utility costs, including payment for utility bills, funding to reactivate or prevent disconnection of services, deposit assistance to begin services, and funding to cover back utility debt. Eligibility Requirements Applicants must meet all eligibility requirements Family with a dependent child under the age […]

Continue Reading >

Applications for On My Way Pre-K Now Being Accepted in Five Pilot Counties




State to partner with Indy Preschool Scholarship Program in Marion County Indianapolis (January , 2016) – Indiana’s Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning (OECOSL) is now accepting applications from families in the five pilot counties who may be eligible for grants for their children to receive high-quality, prekindergarten education through the On My Way […]

Continue Reading >

The Arc News in Indiana, Winter 2015-2016




Read The Arc News in Indiana, our quarterly publication, with news and information on: 2016 Public Policy Agenda Self-Advocates of Indiana A View from My Window Supported Decision Making 2015 Award Recipients Erskine Green Training Institute Facts and Staff The Arc’s Center for Future Planning The Arc Utility Support Program

Continue Reading >

The Arc of Indiana 2016 Public Policy Agenda




The 2016 legislative session provides many opportunities to advance initiatives that will lead to greater independence for people with I/DD. Below is an overview of the legislative priorities for The Arc of Indiana. Legislative Priorities: Support legislation that increases employment opportunities for people with I/DD Monitor and support legislation that will identify people with I/DD […]

Continue Reading >

State Proposing Changes to Indiana High School Diploma Structure




Indiana’s high school diploma options, and the number and types of classes students must take to graduate with a diploma, could be changing as the state explores new requirements to earn a diploma.  The decisions being made over the next several months regarding diplomas will have a significant impact on the lives of students, including […]

Continue Reading >