The Arc Anderson County

Local Chapters of The Arc Tennessee

Every chapter of The Arc is affiliated with The Arc of the United States.The Arc Tennessee is a state chapter that has 15 local chapters. Locals chapters provide direct services and supports for families, children, and adults in that particular county or regions.

WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:

Arc Anderson County created the After-School-Program in 2014. This program is for students ages 12-22 and meets from 2:00-5:00 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

  • Family Advocacy
  • Social & Recreational Activities

  • Summer Day Camp

  • Family & Community Partnership

  • Workshops & Transition Fairs

  • Governmental Affairs Representation

  • Public Awareness

We receive our funding primarily through membership, donations, and grants.

Dove Awards

Recognition of those in the community that demonstrate outstanding involvement when working with individuals with I/DD.

THE ARC OF TENNESSEE

The Arc Tennessee
plays a crucial role in advocacy and services across the state.

The Arc is a nonprofit, national federation that includes The Arc of the United States, state chapters, and local chapters. While all chapters work in support of the same mission, each plays a different role in accomplishing this mission. The Arc Tennessee is the state chapter, and we exist primarily to provide individual and family advocacy. We are committed to positively impacting the system of services that support the disability community.

Our 15 local chapters exist primarily to provide direct services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. These services vary from chapter to chapter but may include any of the following: case management, employment supports, personal assistance, residential supports, respite, early intervention, training and education.

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