What You Need to Know About Coronavirus

Posted by The Arc of North Carolina

You are probably hearing a lot about coronavirus from stories on the news or social media. There is a lot that doctors continue to learn about coronavirus, and it is important that you remain calm and get facts from trusted sources. We want to provide information and resources that you can use to stay informed and help protect yourself and family.

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Welcome to 2020; A note from our Executive Director, John Nash.

Posted by The Arc of North Carolina

Dear Friends,

Welcome to 2020; it is a new year, and a new decade! This is a great time for us to take stock and look to the future. I am confident that this will be a successful year with many achievements. Over the past year, we have weathered some tough times, but I’m proud of our staff, the people we serve, and the community that supports The Arc of North Carolina for rising to the challenge and pushing forward.

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2020 Award Nominations Process

Posted by The Arc of North Carolina
You are invited to nominate outstanding individuals and organizations for awards to be presented at The Arc of North Carolina's Rooted in Advocacy conference in Winston Salem.  The Awards Banquet and Dinner will be held on Thursday, March 12th.  
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The Arc of North Carolina and the NC Fetal Alcohol Prevention Program (FASDinNC) Announce Partnership

Posted by The Arc of North Carolina

The North Carolina Fetal Alcohol Prevention Program (FASDinNC) is a statewide program funded by the SAMHSA Substance Abuse Prevention & Treatment Block Grant (SAPTBG) and has been housed at Fullerton Genetics in Asheville, NC since 2002. FASDinNC strives to prevent alcohol-exposed pregnancies by providing education, training and resources to women of childbearing age and the professionals who serve them. In addition to prevention efforts, FASDinNC also educates professionals about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs), how this diagnosis may present across the lifespan, and the importance of early identification and support(s) for individuals with an FASD.

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