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The Arc of Grays Harbor provides Community Engagement services for clients receiving DDA services. These services allow people with disabilities the ability to access their community with the supports they need. Participants engage in a variety of community-based opportunities to grow their social network and knowledge.
The Grays Harbor and Pacific County Parent to Parent Support Program provides emotional support, parent education, and service referrals to families of children with disabilities or special healthcare needs.
El Arco de Grays Harbor brinda servicios en español. Para acceder a los servicios en español llame a The Arc y pregunte por Estela. 360-537-7000
We can assist you in filling out the applications for Social Security, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, and Developmental Disability Administration services. Contact us to set up an appointment.
The Arc hosts two social clubs that are open to all ages and ability levels. The clubs meet monthly and are free of charge. The We Can Club consists of fun activities like bingo, karaoke, seasonal crafts and activities, and more. Our Foodsters club focuses on teaching kitchen skills, meal preparation, and meal etiquette.
The Arc hosts a free yearly workshop series which includes topics such as IEP/504 Plan Navigation, Benefit Analysis, Navigating the Systems, Guardianship and Other Alternatives, and Maximizing Financial Resources.
The Arc of Grays Harbor partners with Grays Harbor Youth Works to provide Pre-Employment Transition Services to students in Grays Harbor. Pre-ETS is a program of the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.
The Arc is part of the Grays Harbor Transition Council which provides services for students with an IEP or 504 plan who are getting ready to exit high school. We provide transition presentations, a yearly transition fair, and a community liaison program.
The Equality Taskforce is a group of community partners working to raise awareness about disability and aging in Grays Harbor County in order to create equitable access and inclusion for all, provide information and education about resources, and promote community collaboration and networking.
The Arc was built as a grassroots organization around kitchen tables, as individuals with disabilities and their families organized and fought for their rights and full inclusion in the community. Today, advocates across the country continue to advocate and share stories about what it means to live every day with a disability and what is possible with proper supports and services. Their stories and activism transform legislation and numbers into real-life impact. Through them, the mission of The Arc comes to life and demonstrates the importance of building a future that includes us all.