Advocating the Rights of All.

You have the right to determine the path your life takes. What you choose to do for a living. Who you live with. How you spend your free time. Your dreams are yours, and Noble is here as your advocate, committed to ensuring that you have the opportunity to exercise the same rights as everyone in our community.

As The Arc of Greater Indianapolis and a member of INARF, we are also here to teach you how to advocate for yourself, and to help your loved ones stand up for your rights too—because the world is a better place when we celebrate the rights and contributions of each person in it.

We are proud to share The Arc of Indiana 2021 Public Policy Agenda.  This document outlines many of the broader issues for which we plan to advocate during the 2021 State Legislative Session.

Your Right to Be Heard.

Because we are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization, our role is not to endorse any individual candidates or tell you how to vote. Rather, as advocates for you and your loved ones, our duty is to provide you with information and resources so you can be an informed voter.

Armed with that information, you can more effectively communicate with your elected officials on the issues that matter the most to you. Your emails, phone calls, letters and visits with your elected officials can make a significant impact on how they vote when bills related to that subject come before them.

Self Advocates of Indiana.

Many of the people we serve are also members of Self Advocates of Indiana. To learn how you can join, share what you know and learn from each other, click here. Noble hosts a Self Advocates chapter that meets monthly at Noble East and Noble Business Enterprises. You do not need to receive Noble services in order to join our chapter. To learn more, email our Self Advocates Helper Jackie Johnson or call 317-375-4231.

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