ARC Thrift Store

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ARC Thrift Store
ARC Thrift Store is listed in the Thrift Stores category in Bismarck, North Dakota. Displayed below are the social networks for ARC Thrift Store which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of ARC Thrift Store on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 75.

Contact information for ARC Thrift Store is:
1211 Park Ave
Bismarck, ND 58504
(701) 258-1410

"ARC Thrift Store" - ZapScore Report

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ARC Thrift Store has an overall ZapScore of 75. This means that ARC Thrift Store has a higher ZapScore than 75% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Bismarck, North Dakota is 40 and in the Thrift Stores category is 47. Learn more about ZapScore

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Social Posts for ARC Thrift Store


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The Arc of Bismarck shared The Arc Thrift Store's post.
Good morning FB friends!!! The ARC Thrift Store is looking for some one to be part of our team! Does 15 - 20 hours a week working in a fun and fast pace atmosphere sound like somthing you would be interested in? All day time hours with every other week end off sound good to you? Maybe your son or daughter is looking for a summer job. If so please call us! 258-1410 ext. 3. Please share this message with your friends!


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The Arc of Bismarck shared AARP North Dakota's video.
Dan Ulmer worked in the health insurance industry for 25 years. He calls the American Health Care Act frightening. For older Americans, the Congressional Budget Office analysis found that the bill would have a devastating impact on Americans 50 and older by imposing an age tax, and removing current protections for people with pre-existing conditions like diabetes and weight gain. Tell Sen. John Hoeven and Senator Heidi Heitkamp to stop this bill and start over. Call them at 844-222-0110 or send them this letter. http://action.aarp.org/site/R?i=Dtv833anBMEEvQ43MW1WnA


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The Arc of Bismarck shared The National Disability Rights Network's post.
The National Disability Rights Network applauds the introduction of the Raise the Wage Act which ends the arcane practice of paying people with disabilities less than the minimum wage and raises the federal minimum wage for all American workers.
“The subminimum wage creates and reinforces a life of poverty and dependency on public support for people with disabilities,” said NDRN Executive Director Curt Decker.


Contact Senator Hoeven and ask him to remember Medicaid when talking about the President's budget: * Call Senator... fb.me/3XKNsTTzU

The Arc of Bismarck shared Senator John Hoeven's photo.
Contact Senator Hoeven and ask him to remember Medicaid when talking about the President's budget: * Call Senator Hoeven to tell him what Medicaid means to you and your family. * Ask him to publicly state that cutting Medicaid in ways that harm people with disabilities and their families is one of the “problems” with the American Health Care Act.
Here is my statement on the President’s #budget proposal: bit.ly/2qgsNSd


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The Arc of Bismarck shared The Autism Society of America's post.
From Paul Shattuck, PhD of Drexel University's A.J. Drexel Autism Institute: PhD: I am excited to announce the release of the 2017 National Autism Indicators Report: Developmental Disability Services and Outcomes in Adulthood, which examines data from 3,500 adults with ASD ages 18-64 who used state DD services and took the 2014-15 National Core Indicators Adult Consumer Survey. Billions are spent each year on services for people on the autism spectrum. Relatively little is spent trying to understand the types and amount of services people need, as well as the services they actually end up getting or the outcomes of them. This report continues our tradition of publishing dashboard-like statistics about how life is turning out across the course of people’s lives. As with previous National Autism Indicators Reports, we discovered a range of problems that deserve urgent attention. For instance, 27% of adults with autism who use state developmental disability (DD) services have no work or other day activities. Only 14% hold a paying job in their community. Other topics we explored include health, mental health, use of DD services, living arrangements, community participation and the exercise of choice.
National Autism Indicators Report: Developmental Disability Services and Outcomes in Adulthood An in-depth report on developmental disability services and outcomes