The mission of Arc Dodge County is to advocate for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to ensure their rights and opportunities to live their life to the fullest degree possible.
The Arc is further committed to promoting education, research and advocacy with the support of family, friends and community. Through the successful pursuit of quality and justice, the Arc will provide leadership in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities and development necessary to obtain its goals.
Who We Are
The Arc of Dodge County is a group composed of parents, guardians, caregiver professionals and people with cognitive disabilities that have bonded together with a common goal. That goal is to promote the best opportunities and enhance life for everyone. The bottom line is enhancement, enrichment, and opportunities for all. We try to achieve this goal with our programs like Special Olympics sports, competitions, social activities, seasonal parties, field trips, and teaching opportunities. We hold special interest meetings geared to many needs. We also have many links to camps, organizations, and state agencies. We encourage anyone who has been touched by a person with cognitive disabilities to give us a look.
The Arc believes that society in general and The Arc in particular benefit from the contributions of people with diverse personal characteristics (including but not limited to race, ethnicity, religion, age, geographic location, sexual orientation, gender, and type of disability).
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The Arc of Dodge County
PO Box 173
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
The Arc office is located at the back of the Heritage Mall in Beaver Dam on North Spring Street. Please use the white door in back of the Mall marked "The Arc of Dodge County".