The Arc of Lincoln will continue to serve the disability community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Lincoln office will be closed to the public for at least two weeks, starting Monday, March 23rd thru April 6th and then we will continue to follow Nebraska guidelines. We are doing this for the safety of our staff, their families, and the community we support.
We will continue to provide supports to current clients and respond to new requests for supports by telephone, email and mail. All meetings and activities have been suspended until further notice. The Arc of Lincoln will be providing activities daily to the community through Facebook and Zoom, please check Facebook for scheduled activities.
The Arc of Lincoln is committed to continuing our supports to protect and advocate for people with disabilities and their families during this time. Please stay safe and healthy and remember we are just a phone call or email away during business hours of 9am to 4pm.
Empowering Individuals and Families.
The Advocacy Partnership for People with Special Needs was created to increase the capacity to advocate for people with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities.
We empower and serve individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. We advocate for their rights and community inclusion.
We will live in a society where people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are included and respected as valued members of the community.
The Arc of Lincoln provides a town hall, resource fair and presentations important for families as young adults prepare to transition to adulthood.
Opportunity for families to learn about important topics and share information with other families.
ADVOCACY PARTNERSHIP BOARD OF DIRECTORS