Thank you to everyone who nominated and voted for The Arc Mid-Hudson! We won 2nd place for Public Health Organization in the Chronogrammies Readers Choice Awards ‘Advocacy/Activism’ category.
Kingston, NY. The Arc Mid-Hudson celebrates our nation’s 75th National Disability Employment Awareness Month. October is a month of change and a fitting time to educate about disability employment throughout America, to encourage organizations to commit to hiring employees with disabilities, and to celebrate those employers who have already created inclusive workplaces. Click here to […]
Kingston, NY– On Monday, September 14th, 121 golfers teed off in The Arc Mid-Hudson Roy A. Gonyea Jr. Fall Golf Classic at Wiltwyck Golf Club in Kingston NY. The generous support of our Corporate Sponsors…..Click here for the full Press Release Congratulations to the winners of this year’s tournament; John Bennett, Robert Dziados, […]
Administrative cuts handed down from New York State Department of Health (DOH) and the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) could jeopardize the residential stability of our friends and loved ones. The most egregious cut, planned to go into effect on October 1, 2020, would reduce payments to voluntary providers by 50% whenever individuals […]
On behalf of the not-for-profit providers who deliver vital support and services… Please click here to read more: NYDA Letter to Gov. Cuomo
Mayor Steve Noble and Addie Farr from Kingston Mayor’s Office stopped by Friday to take a tour of our space. We’re so excited that we could welcome them in and show it off! We’re looking forward to safely opening our doors for in-person classes, workshops and galleries soon. Pictured left to right: Rachel Jacob- CCAC […]
Most of us have seen the tragic video of George Floyd on the ground with a police officer kneeling over him. This most recent example of excessive police force that results in a black mans death brought the issue of racisim and police enforcement to the forefront of the minds and hearts of people from […]
Amid a Financial Crisis, the OPWDD Advances a Reckless $238 Million Budget Cut for Providers Supporting People with Developmental Disabilities. Before the Cut was Announced 41 Percent of Provider Organizations Had Less Than 30 Days of Cash on Hand Due to Significant COVID-19 Related Expenses and Chronic Underfunding from the State.. Click here to read […]
The Arc Mid-Hudson Awarded Remaining Grant Money from NYSARC Trust Services To support guardianship and recreational opportunities for people with disabilities in Green, Putnam and Ulster Counties. Click here to read more
The Governor has updated the school closure order through the end of the school year, please check back for updates regarding summer school. Follow this link for more information. The Arc Mid-Hudson will continue to keep our audience up to date.