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The Arc of Arizona is a 501(c)(3) agency incorporated in 1958. It currently has over 1,000 members with 11 local chapters. The Arc of Arizona supports itself through fundraising efforts, private donations and program contracts with the Division of Developmental Disabilities. The volunteers and staff who comprise The Arc of Arizona are individuals with developmental disabilities, parents and friends of individuals with developmental disabilities and educators and professionals in the human services field.

Mission Statement

The Arc of Arizona advocates for the rights and full community participation of all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Together with our network of members and affiliated chapters, we improve systems of supports and services, connect families, inspire communication and influence public policy.
Core Values

The Arc of Arizona advocates for the rights and full community participation of all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Together with our network of members and affiliated chapters, we improve systems of supports and services, connect families, inspire communication and influence public policy.
The Arc believes that all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are defined by their own strengths, abilities and inherent value, not by their disability.
The Arc believes that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are entitled to the respect, dignity, equality, safety, and security accorded to other members of society, and are equal before the law.
The Arc believes that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities belong in the community and have fundamental moral, civil and constitutional rights to be fully included and actively participate in all aspects of society.The Arc believes in self-determination and self-advocacy. People with intellectual and developmental disabilities, with appropriate resources and supports, can make decisions about their own lives and must be heard on issues that affect their well-being.The Arc believes that society in general and The Arc in particular benefit from the contributions of people with diverse personal characteristics (including but not limited to race, ethnicity, religion, age, geographic location, sexual orientation, gender and type of disability)

The Arc of Arizona promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community. We are the only community-based non-profit working for people with I/DD throughout their lifetimes and across all diagnoses – from autism to Down syndrome to Fragile X and more than 100 other developmental disabilities.
Creating Change

The Arc of Arizona partners with local chapters throughout the state who provide services, support and advocacy for families impacted by I/DD in their communities. This national network of state and local chapters, along with The Arc of the United States in Washington, D.C., provides a variety of resources to empower individuals with I/DD and their families and educate others about the I/DD movement.
Public Policy

The Arc of Arizona works with experts at the national, state and local levels to ensure that our elected and appointed officials understand the needs, issues and concerns of people with I/DD, and that federal and state laws and regulations help to promote full inclusion. Our Public Policy staff mobilizes self-advocates, disability organizations, and individuals across Arizona who care about the rights of all people with disabilities, utilizing grassroots action to effect substantial and meaningful progress in the legislative landscape.

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