The Arc Davidson County
& Greater Nashville
The Arc was founded in 1952 by parents and friends of children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
We are Nashville's chapter of The Arc of The United States, the nation's largest membership disability organization. Our members are people with disabilities as well and their families, friends and supporters in Davidson and surrounding counties.
We support, protect, and advocate on behalf of more than five thousand children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Over seven hundred individuals are enrolled in our service and support program in Davidson and twenty other counties in Middle Tennessee.
In partnership with our national, state and other local chapters, we campaign for public awareness and for policies that benefit all of our constituents as well as other people with disabilities.
To inquire about our services, please contact us or call us at (615) 321-5699.
Advocacy + Education
The Arc is the nation's largest disability organization, and as such, can be a powerful advocate for the rights of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Our Support Coordinators help people to plan for and access medical, dental and therapeutic care and support services which contribute to their self-sufficiency and participation in home, work and community life.
The Arc Davidson County & Greater Nashville can help families create a plan when no plan is in place for the future. This service is free of charge and the plan can include information about all aspects of a person’s life.
Festivals of Lights
Our event Festival of Lights is coming up this December.
Stay tuned for more information.
Thank you to all who attended our first Arc Topgolf Masters! Stay tuned for next years event! To view photos of the event click the button below.