Association For The Help Of Retarded

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Association For The Help Of Retarded
Association For The Help Of Retarded is listed in the Associations category in Westhampton Beach, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Association For The Help Of Retarded which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Association For The Help Of Retarded on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 81.

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762 Hamilton Ave
Westhampton Beach, NY 11978
(631) 288-4057

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RT @TheArcUS: Keep the pressure up! The Senate is set to vote TOMORROW on a dangerous health care bill. Call your Senators now: https://t.c…

This is the week that GOP Senators are anticipated to try and pass a bill repealing and/or replacing the Affordable Care Act. Either outcome would decimate Medicaid, which funds home- and community-based services, personal care, specialized therapies, special education services and other necessary services for children and adults with disabilities. For ways to get involved, check out our advocacy toolkit: http://bit.ly/2vBVDA3

As the Senate health care vote looms, check out an overview of what’s happened so far and what to watch for this week: http://cnn.it/2vSgo9Y
For anyone tracking Republicans' plans to repeal and replace Obamacare, this probably sounds familiar: it is possible GOP senators come back to Washington to vote on a health care proposal this week.


#Healthcarevote looms, this week: What to watch for, cnn.it/2gWv9pT


RT @ada25celebrate: Letter: Celebrating 27tth anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act theherald-news.com/articles/2017/…

AHRC Nassau shared The Arc of the United States's photo.
5 days, almost every state, and nearly 1,000 letters collected about why Medicaid matters to people with disabilities. Today, our staff delivered all the letters to the Majority and Minority leaders. Tomorrow, an army of disability advocates will be delivering the stacks in the top right photo to their respective Senators. #savemedicaid #killthebill #votenoBCRA


#Cheers & #congrats to #AHRC's Adam Levine for #singing the #NationalAnthem at @CitiField, last night, before the twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

AHRC Nassau added 3 new photos.
#Cheers and #congratulations to #AHRC Day Hab Volunteer Adam Levine for his moving rendition of the national anthem before the New York Mets / St. Louis Cardinals game at Citi Field, last night.


Attempts to defund #Medicaid & #ACA are still anticipated. Here's the @TheArcUS statement: bit.ly/2uCV0Iy

Attempts to defund Medicaid and the ACA are still anticipated. Help us stand up and voice why this cannot happen – please send a brief email by midnight tonight on why "Medicaid Matters to Me" to Nicole Jorwic at jorwic@thearc.org. Please also include a photo or video in your email, as well as New York State in your subject line. The Arc will hand deliver all the printed messages to Senators Gillibrand Schumer to help inform their advocacy efforts. Thank you for your continued support!
Washington, DC – The Arc released the following statement as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pulls the Better Care Reconciliation Act, and announces an upcoming vote on a repeal of the Affordable Care Act without an immediate replacement: “Make no mistake – the Medicaid program and the hom