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Community

Join an active online community and our social media channels, attend events hosted by The Arc of High Point, The Arc of North Carolina, and The Arc US. You can also join The Arc’s members-only National Sibling Council and National Council of Self-Advocates. Find out about local, state, and federal legislative initiatives and how you can help affect change today.

 

As part of this network, you’ll be connected to others with and without disabilities who share your beliefs and your challenges. Self-advocates (an individual with I/DD), their family members, experts, and professionals in the field, and advocates and activists work together through The Arc to ensure that people with I/DD have the resources to meet their needs and live self-determined lives.

Join The Arc of High Point’s blog “The Intentional Advocate” with a rich listing of community resources available in the Triad region of North Carolina.

Resources and Support

Connect with The Arc of High Point for services and supports and you can take advantage of information and resources available on thearc.org including research, fact sheets, national programs such as The Arc@Work, The Arc@School, The Arc Future Planning, Autism NOW: The National Resource and Information Center and the National Center on Criminal Justice and Disability, and public policy information.

Advocacy and Self-Advocacy

As a member of The Arc, your annual support will make our advocacy even more powerful. Your subscription gives you access to the latest information, including our newsletters and up-to-the-minute alerts about the latest in Raleigh and on Capitol Hill so you know when to take action.

Subscription Benefits include:

  • Free access to all workshops and training events throughout the year including in-person and virtual options.
  • Two free hours of any advocacy support 
  • All access to videos of the events if you can not attend
  • Notifications about virtual workshops of specific interest offered by partnering organizations.
  • Small groups sessions offer a personalized opportunity to ask specific questions with a smaller group of families or professionals.
  • Resource tools and tip sheets
  • Monthly Newsletters and Blog 
  • Advocacy alerts from The Arc of North Carolina and The Arc US.
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