On Tuesday, October 5th, we welcomed back 30 participants to our San Francisco campus and 20 to our Marin County campus on an adjusted schedule. We prioritize participants who have had limited access to remote learning, have transportation support needs, and are not well served in our alternative model. We are starting with no more than two days per week on campus for any individual to limit mixing. The program's team has contacted all participants who will be returning. The Arc SF will continue to provide essential services, including in-person and remote programming, increasing the number of small groups enjoying activities in the community, and increasing staff and participant in-person meet-ups.

At The Arc San Francisco, we know a lot about developmental disabilities. But we know even more about big dreams. About the dignity of work. The pride of self-reliance. And the power of a community that works together to lift everyone up.

For close to 70 years, our lifelong learning approach has empowered every individual we support to achieve success at their own work, at life...even in love. We invite you to discover how our innovative programs are transforming lives while enriching all of us in the community.

2021 Board Meetings will be held on November 9. Please visit the Event Calendar for Zoom Links to meetings.

For The Arc SF's commitment to our BIPOC participants and staff and anti-racism, please click here.

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  • November is often associated with a time of giving thanks, and this year is no different. In order to get the most out of the month, we’re deeming this as the year to start early. Make the entire month about showing gratitude to those you love, and even strangers.

  • The spooky season is coming to an end before we know it, but that doesn’t mean we’re over October. Scary doesn’t always have to be bad. Instead, use these final weeks as a reminder to do some scary-good deeds and give back to your community.

  • In order to lead a truly altruistic life, it’s important to take stock of your own mental health, as well as those around you. There are a ton of free resources and tactics you can use to check-in and improve your mental clarity.

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