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The Arc of California
Advocates for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families since 1950.
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The Arc of California Mar 22
Replying to @ArcCAadvocacy
únete a nosotros para nuestra primera reunión pública general: Cuándo: martes, marzo 26 de 12:00 - 2:00 PM Dónde: Warmline Family Resource Center, 2424 Castro Way, Sacramento, CA
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The Arc of California Mar 22
Replying to @ArcCAadvocacy
Join us for our first general public meeting: When: Tuesday, March 26 from 12:00 - 2:00 PM Where: Warmline Family Resource Center, 2424 Castro Way, Sacramento, CA
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The Arc of California Mar 22
Anunciamos CROWD y nuestra primera reunión pública general. Invitamos a todas las personas interesadas a que vengan y escuchen nuestra visión para construir una poderosa comunidad de personas con discapacidad en el área de Sacramento. Visita para detalles.
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The Arc of California Mar 22
Announcing CROWD (Capitol Region Organized Within Disability) and our first general public meeting. We invite all interested persons to come and hear our vision for building a powerful disability community in the greater Sacramento area. Visit for details.
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The Arc of California Mar 22
We are so glad you could come to !
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WITH Mar 22
Healthcare and Disability:Takeaways from(excellent) back-to-back conferences featuring grantees:
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Raymond Hampson Mar 20
This is not just a Bay Area problem this affects us in Placer & Sac county. As your constituents, my sons day program is feeling the same problems. People with disabilities lose as programs shrink or close in costly Bay Area
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ARCA Mar 18
Our system can’t keep its promise to people developmental disabilities because “funding, despite annual increases, has not kept up with the rising cost of doing business”
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Patty Schulz Mar 20
Just hanging out in the Capitol with !
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Phil Ting Mar 19
Thank you for honoring me as your Legislative Champion. With your help, we were able to get signed into law. Standardizing how law enforcement responds to & reports hate crimes will give us a more accurate picture of the problem so we stop it.
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The Arc of California Mar 19
Thank you Senator for championing the community
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Raymond Hampson Mar 19
Thanks for all your support for our I\DD community.
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The Arc of California Mar 19
Thank you for championing the community!
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Disability Organizing (DO) Network Mar 19
How can orgs develop proactive relationships with rape crisis centers & victims services orgs/agencies? We don't have to be experts on everything, we need to have relationships where we can confidently refer?
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The Arc of California Mar 19
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Disability Organizing (DO) Network Mar 19
We all have implicit bias, and that impacts everything we do, including
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Raymond Hampson Mar 19
Ashley Brampton with Center on Victimization speaking on Victim’s Services in the Disability Community-Critical Need for Coordination
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