ARC of Snohomish County

The Arc of Snohomish County open for appointments:
Monday - Friday from 10am - 3pm
2500 Hewitt Ave Suite 300
Everett, WA 98201
Phone: 425-258-2459

The Arc is part of the largest national community-based organization advocating for and serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. They encompass all ages and all spectrums from autism, Down syndrome, Fragile X and various other developmental disabilities.

Sibling Support

Sibshops is a great place to meet other kids who have siblings with disabilities. Through games, crafts and fun, siblings are given the opportunity to feel as though they are the most important person of the day. They receive undivided attention from staff members who know what it's like to have a sibling with a disability. If you would like to learn more about the Sibshops program, receive information by email, or have questions on how you can be involved,contact Lynnea Rimando at 425 258-2459 ext 106 Lynnea@arcsno.org

For information about adult sibling support and the Washington State Chapter of the Sibling Leadership Network contact Megan Edmonds at 425-258-2459 ext 107 MeganE@arcsno.org

Self Advocacy

The Coalition provides leadership development, training and mentoring, advocacy education and support for individual self-advocates and self-advocacy groups. The purpose of this program is to educate individuals about their rights as participating members of their community and how their participation in their local community builds integration and inclusion of people with developmental disabilities.  In addition, the Coalition educates policy makers, local organizations and members of the community at large. To learn more about the Self-Advocacy Coalition and how you can become involved, please contact Corinna Fale at 425-258-2459 x103Corinna@arcsno.org

Independent Living

The Arc offers information, guidance and counseling in the area of independent living for individuals affected by disability who may be feeling frustrated and defeated. The individuals are provided with tools on how to successfully navigate services necessary to ensuring healthy and productive lives. If you would like to learn more about housing, counseling, & guidance, receive information by email, or have questions on how you can be involved, please call 425-258-2459

Other Opportunities for People with Developmental Disabilities & families

  • Parent to Parent & Helping Parent

  • Mother’s Network

  • Father’s Network

  • Snohomish Autism Spectrum Support Information & Education (SASSIE)

  • Padres Unidos

  • Lego® Club

  • Adult Caregiver Support Group

  • And More...

 

 
All of the information provided on this page comes from the The Arc of Snohomish County website & the banner image above is from google maps.