Resource Links

Arc’s National Center on Criminal Justice and Disability

 

NCCJD is the national focal point for the collection and dissemination of resources and serve as a bridge between criminal justice and I/DD professionals. NCCJD will pursue and promote safety, fairness and justice for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities as suspects, offenders, victims or witnesses. This center was made possible through a grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) U.S. Department of Justice.

 

To learn more about NCCJD follow the link here: www.thearc.org/NCCJD

 

The Arc of Indiana Master Trust

The nation’s premier special needs trust, serving Hoosiers of all disabilities for over 25 years.

Regardless of your age, or your child’s age or disability, planning for the future is important. The Arc of Indiana Master Trust is our response to a need felt by many families who wonder what will happen to their loved one after they are gone, and to individuals with disabilities seeking a way to fund their own trust.

Some of the most respected trust and estate planning attorneys in Indiana assisted with the legal research and creation of The Arc Master Trust. Today, The Arc Master Trust, now celebrating over 25 years of service, continues to serve as a model for special needs trusts throughout the country.

To learn more about The Arc Master Trust follow the link here:  www.thearctrust.org

 

The following links will provide further information for persons with disabilities or families with disabled children.

News and Events

Arc of Indiana - Public Policy Page

The Arc works to inspire positive change in public policy and public attitudes.

Through volunteers and staff, The Arc of Indiana has a full time presence at the Indiana State House, and, as an affiliate of The Arc of the United States, in the halls of Congress. Through our work with elected officials and leaders of state agencies The Arc advocates for funding, legislation, regulations and policies that make a positive difference in the lives of people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities and families.


Learn more and sign up to receive Action Alerts and legislative updates at The Arc – Public Policy Advocacy.