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Watch and listen to Alice's story. Medicaid provides her with the medical care and services she needs to survive and thrive. But Medicaid would be cut drastically by a bill just unveiled by several U.S. Senators called the "Better Care Reconciliation Act." Call your Senator and urge him to vote no on this bill and any bill that cuts Medicaid: 202-224-3121 ... See MoreSee Less

Soojung’s daughter Alice was born with Rett syndrome and relies on Medicaid to get the care she needs to survive and thrive. Cuts to Medicaid - which have al...

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A Working Life Alliance Launched

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The Arc Minnesota announces the launching of A Working Life Alliance.   A statewide collaboration among chapters of The Arc and partners agencies, the alliance will introduce job-seekers with disabilities and their families across Minnesota to the possibilities of competitive, integrated employment.  It will also support them as they plan person-centered job goals to obtain employment based on their strengths and interests.  Learn more; read the alliance brochure.

Free Online Classes

The Arc Minnesota is partnering with the University of Minnesota and DirectCourse to provide online, customizable training classes free of charge.  To learn about the classes available and how to participate, click here.

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The Arc MN Blog

Recognizing Great Advocates on May 25th

On Thursday, May 25th, The Arc Minnesota has a great opportunity to recognize the work of the Minnesota Disability Law Center (MDLC) at our annual Public Policy Recognition Event.  I sometimes wonder what Minnesota would [...]

The Arc Poll

Congress is considering legislation that could cut Medicaid services that are deemed "optional" under current law. Which of these services do you receive or have received in the past? (Check all that apply)