The ARC of Central Plains

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The ARC of Central Plains
The ARC of Central Plains is listed in the Consignment Shops & Services category in Hays, Kansas. Displayed below are the social networks for The ARC of Central Plains which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of The ARC of Central Plains on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 96.

Contact information for The ARC of Central Plains is:
116 E 11th St
Hays, KS 67601
(785) 628-8831

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One-third of people with I/DD are also diagnosed with mental health conditions. During Mental Health Awareness Month, The Arc recognizes Karyn Harvey at The Arc Baltimore for providing trauma-informed care to people with I/DD and creating interventions that promote safety and security and address issues related to the trauma people have experienced. Learn more about the issues facing people with dual diagnoses in our archived webinar below.

Last chance to nominate your Catalyst for change! We need your help to recognize those doing remarkable things and setting an example for a society that is truly inclusive for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Nominations close TOMORROW, May 26.


LAST CHANCE 4 Catalyst Award nominations! Help us recognize passionate visionaries making a diff! Deadline TOMORROW ow.ly/Y1U630br4Bg


RT @SenJeffMerkley: Social Security and #Medicaid are what stand btwn 1000s of Americans and abject poverty or devastating illness. RT to s…


How does Medicaid help you & your family? Call your Senators now & tell them #HandsOff Medicaid. #WeActWednesday bit.ly/2rTR3KW

How does Medicaid help you and the people you care about? Congress must understand the importance of Medicaid in the lives of people with disabilities and their families – so we can stop bad health care legislation for good. Use our simple tool to call your Senators now and tell them #HandsOff Medicaid. #WeActWednesday
In the beginning of May, the House of Representatives narrowly passed a Medicaid and health care bill that will have a devastating impact on people with disabilities and their families. The bill included over $800 billion in cuts to Medicaid, and would open the door to repealing major health care pr...


Massive cuts to #Medicaid in President’s budget – it’s not just #s, it’s people like Alice & Soojung. youtu.be/1GxBoAKvvPw


White House 2018 budget would slash #Medicaid. What would ppl w #disabilities say to the President? youtu.be/QAId85lMhe8

Join us for the 2017 State of the States in I/DD! This annual report has provided critical information on national and state revenues, spending, and programmatic trends in I/DD services and supports for 35 years. The information reveals the longitudinal impact of federal and state fiscal policies on innovations in the support and services system. In our June 6 webinar, Dr. David Braddock will review the results of this year’s data collection efforts and discuss emerging trends.

President Trump’s budget would dismantle decades of civil rights progress for people with disabilities. The details are devastating. Read and share The Arc’s take on the spending blueprint. #HandsOff #JoinOurFight
WASHINGTON, DC – Today the Trump Administration released its first ten year budget proposal, and the numbers are devastating for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families. On top of the more than $800 billion in Medicaid cuts already approved by the House of R