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Minette and Rachel

"I kept running into roadblocks applying for Medical Assistance. Arc helped... now Rachel gets medical services she needs." Minette Martin Read more about The Arc's Health Care Access assistance.


Arc in the Park
See photos from The Arc in the Park Summer Celebration!


Coming Events
  • Thursday, July 2 - Minneapolis

    Wondering about waivers? This Waiver Overview for Individuals under 65 workshop covers all of the home and community-based waivers; what they are for, how they are used and how to apply.  Call 612-596-6631 to register.
  • Thursday, July 16 - White Bear Lake

    Special needs planning guru Lori Guzman is the keynote speaker at this Introduction to Future Planning workshop. Learn the difference between supplemental and special needs trusts, get info on financial planning and estate issues to consider, and get started planning for a secure, health & happy future for your child or sibling with disabilities.
  • Monday, July 20 - Minneapolis

    What is the Consumer Support Grant?  This introduction explains how one receives it, types of servcies a person may purchase with the grant, client responsibilities and the role of the county.  This is for people on or eligible for Medical Assistance Home Care who are not on a Medical Assistance Waiver.
  • Sunday, July 26 - St. Paul

    25th anniversary logo for the ADAThis year is the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Join the disability community in celebrating a Proud Past - Empowered Future at the Minnesota History Center Family Day with a preview of a TPT documentary, entertainment, interactive art and disability arts and artists.  Free. 

 

 

 

Marian Ahmed

June Volunteer of the Month  - Marian Ahmed

Marian's exceptional community activism connects many families in the Somali community with The Arc. Thanks Marian!  Volunteer!

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The Arc can help you apply for healthcare. Click or call 952-920-0855 and ask for a healthcare advocate.

  • Our Arc Guides cover topics from choosing guardianship to individualized education programs.