The resource links below provide access to programs and services available through The Arc Greater Twin Cities, along with links to organizations and information that you may find helpful. Please send your recommendations for additional links to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How We Can Help
People with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families contact The Arc for information and personal support. Advocates at The Arc have the experience and knowledge to help you. Find out more about services and programs from The Arc Greater Twin Cities by clicking here.
Ask An Advocate
The Arc provides one-to-one intensive support for adults with disabilities and family members. Advocates at The Arc provide free consultation by phone, email or in person. Find the Ask An Advocate form by clicking here.
The Arc Guides (pdfs) provide helpful information sheets on a wide range of topics. The most frequently requested Arc Guides have been translated into Spanish. Feel free to make copies. If you reproduce information from the Arc Guides, please credit The Arc Greater Twin Cities. Find all Arc Guides by clicking here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it The Arc or The ARC? What is meant by “People First” language? What is an intellectual disability? Find answers to many frequently asked questions by clicking here.
Organization and Website Links
The Arc has assembled a number of links to organizations and websites that you might find useful. These links are provided for your information only and are not endorsements. Find links by clicking here.
Health & Wellness Resources
The Arc has researched Health & Wellness organizations and resources to support people with disabilities and their families. For a list of resources and links, click here.
For More Information
The Arc’s Resource Center includes a core collection of over 1,000 books, DVDs, videos and materials. Call The Arc at 952-920-0855 to make an appointment to stop by and use the Resource Center.