The Arc Blog

Stories |
How do you tell your story?

My name is Jeff and there are many parts to my story. I am a loving husband to my wife

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Stories |
Share your story with The Arc Minnesota

Has The Arc Minnesota supported you? We want to hear your story! We will share your story with our supporters to

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Ask An Advocate Q&A |
Ask An Advocate: Social Security

Q:I’ve heard about SSI benefits and would like to know more about it. A: Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a

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Ask An Advocate: Creating Connections

Q: My son spends a lot of time by himself. He doesn’t have friends to call or to invite him

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Ask An Advocate: How Can You Help Me?

Q. I have an 8 year old son with cerebral palsy. I have recently heard about The Arc Minnesota. What

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Capitol Focus |
Action Opportunity: Protect Healthcare for Minnesotans with Disabilities!

Last week, The Arc Minnesota Executive Director Andrea Zuber and Senior Advocate Gene Martinez joined nearly 100 members of This

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News |
The Arc Minnesota Leader Awards Announced

The Arc Minnesota Leader Awards were presented at the organization’s Annual Meeting in St. Paul on May 11, 2019. These

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Ask An Advocate Q&A |
Ask an Advocate: Master Pooled Trust

Q. If I create a Master Pooled Trust for my child with a disability, can others contribute money to it?

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Ask An Advocate: Public Policy

Q: I heard that there are only a few weeks left of the legislative session. What is the status of

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Stories |
Minnesota Microgrant Recipient Accomplishes Goal of Independent Living

Congratulations to Mark who received funds from the Minnesota Microgrant Partnership to reach his goal of independent living. Mark formerly

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Ask An Advocate Q&A |
Ask An Advocate: Charter Schools

Q. What is a charter school? A. A charter school is a public school. Because they are public schools, they

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Ask An Advocate Q&A |
Ask an Advocate: Consumer Directed Community Supports (CDCS)

Q. I have two children with disabilities who utilize the Consumer Directed Community Supports (CDCS) option. I would like to

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