We provide no-cost individual advocacy services for both children and adults living with I/DD in Weld, Morgan, Logan, Sedgwick, Phillips, Washington and Yuma counties.
We provide programs and events for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families to promote independence and inclusion in community life.
We work to educate our constituents and promote policies and legislation that impact the delivery of high-quality supports for individuals with I/DD and their families.
Our Community Engagement Programs
The Arc of Weld County’s mission is to serve both children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities are terms given to describe a wide range of intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The Arc of Weld County provides programs and events for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families that allow them to engage in the life of the community, have fun, and to teach the community more about the Arc and the individuals we serve. The Arc provides quarterly advocacy training for families and caregivers, classes and events for individuals to learn about building healthy and safe relationships, and events for the whole family to enjoy throughout the year such as our Pool Party or our Annual Film Festival.