R - Remember, We're only human.
E - Even though we are different -
We are equal.
S - Speak up for your rights
P - Please be kind to others
E - Everyone deserves a chance
C - Courtesy is the way to treat
T - Think before you speak
A collaborative poem created by the DreamMakers Advocates Group of The Arc of Hancock County
**Thank you for treating all people with respect!**
Executive Director - Dennis Porter
Board of Directors
Pres. - Teresa Cook
Pres. Elect - Susie Hebert
Vice Pres. - Janie Bruns
Secretary - Lynn Wybiral
Treasurer - Heidi Lind
Past Pres. - Janice Cassell
Directors - Susan Geesa, Marcia Miller,Miriam Rolles, Laura Wuchner
Self-Advocate - Ted Kukulka
Board Meetings - 4th Tuesday of Month
Begins at 7:00pm - Open to Arc Members & Public
Address: 141 Green Meadow Drive, Suite 3
Greenfield, IN 46140
Phone: (317) 462-3727
The Arc of Hancock County promotes and protedts the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities(i/dd) and supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.
The Arc of Hancock County is a nonprofit, nonpolitical, and nonsectarian organization that was formed April 1961 by concerned parents of children with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities(I/DD).
The purposes of The Arc are:
A. To promote the general welfare of persons with developmental disabilities in Hancock County and elsewhere;
B.To foster development of programs in their behalf;
C. To encourage research related to developmental disabilities.
D. To advise and aid parents in the solution of their problems and to coordinate their efforts and activities.
E. To develop a better understanding of the problems of persons with developmental disabilities by the public;
F. To cooperate with all public, private and religious agencies and professional groups in the furtherance of these ends;
G. To associate with and support the Arc of Indiana and Arc of the United States to promote the common cause.
H. To serve locally as a clearinghouse for gathering and giving out information about developmental disabilities.
I. To promote education for the prevention of I/DD birth defects.
January - Annual Membership Meeting
Jan 31 - Dairy Queen Fundraiser
Feb 24 - Indy Island Fun Outing
March - Disability Awareness Month
March - Legacy Cinema Theater
June - Discovery Camp
Sept - Nature Blast Outing with Special Olympics
Nov - Fall Membership Meeting
Agape Riding Therapy - East
531 W. 100 S.
Greenfield, In 46140
An inclusive equine day camp which offers an opportunity for school age children with
and without disabilities to interact together.
Call 317-462-3727 for immediate assistance or Sign up to hear from us about special events.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
141 W Green Meadows Dr Suite 3, Greenfield, Indiana 46140, US
Mon - Fri / 9:00am to 5:00pm