The Arc of Ohio

The Arc of Ohio has offices in several counties throughout the state. Each office offers local programming, in addition to these statewide services:

Advocacy — promotes and protects the rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by advocating on a broad range of issues that affects lives of individuals and their family members, friends and co-workers

Assistive Technology Program — the provision of electronic equipment such as iPads, tablets, specialized screens, touch screens and software

Summer Camp — a four-week traditional day camp program for school-age children (4-22) with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Camp is held Monday through Friday at Baylor Beach Park in Navarre, OH.

Family Choice Program — FCP bridges the gap in services that some individuals and families have been experiencing through the IO and Level 1 Waivers.

Support Brokerage — assists the participant and their families in arranging for, directing, and managing SELF Waiver services. A Support Broker represents and advocates for the participant in relation to the day-to-day coordination of services and community inclusion.


1335 Dublin Rd., Suite 100-A
Columbus, OH 43215


Phone: (800) 875-2723
Website: Click here »


Parents/Family Members, Professionals, General Audience


Camps, Education: Advocates, Financial Planning: Agencies, Technology: Assistive Technology