A common goal for individuals with disabilities is to improve their healthy living skills.

May is Mental Health Awareness month! It’s important to check in and take care of ourselves, especially when facing stress, worry, and difficult times.

The “How Right Now” campaign is supported by the CDC Foundation in partnership with CDC, and it offers inspiration and resources aimed to increase people’s resiliency!

Check it out today!


Kelsey is a client at The Arc of Evansville who frequently volunteers in the community!

While volunteering at the Tri-State Food Bank, she’s increased many skills, such as labeling and organizing. Her confidence in these skills has empowered her to complete work more independently.

When volunteering, she really enjoys listening to music and getting to socialize with her peers.

We are proud of your dedication to helping out in our community, Kelsey!

When you make a donation, you are supporting individuals with disabilities as they work to achieve fulfilling lives.

When you make a donation, you…

Your donation assists individuals with disabilities in learning how to advocate for their wants and needs, achieving independence, building relationships, increasing awareness of their needs, learning new skills, and being given opportunities as an equal.

Your donation assists individuals with disabilities in achieving their full potential.



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