The Arc of Greater Beaumont Texas

Address: 4330 Westridge Lane
Beaumont, TX 77706
Phone: 409-838-9012 Fax: 1-409-515-1129 Email: NO EMAIL Website:

The Arc of Greater Beaumont’s programs and services serve the organization’s mission while staying true to it’s values and vision for the community. The Arc of Greater Beaumont is an organization devoted exclusively to serving local individuals with disabilities and improving quality of life for them and their families. To achieve this goal, we constantly explore ways to expand and create new possibilities.

The following information describes the different tracks of services and programs currently offered by The Arc.
Adult Socialization and Recreation Activities
Summer Day Camps
Children & Family Services
Interactive Web Site & Facebook Page

Grow & Play Program – The “Grow and Play” program is a program in conjunction with S.T.A.R.S. Pediatric Outpatient Clinic designed to provide a place for parents and children up to 4 years of age with special needs to interact while learning techniques to help growth through physical activity. Grow & Play meets the second Tuesday of every month from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm at S.T.A.R.S. Pediatric Outpatient Clinic.

Summer Day Camps – The Arc Summer Day Camp addresses the need for stimulating summer activities for children ages 8 to 15 with intellectual and developmental disabilities or related conditions (i.e.-autism). The Arc Summer Day Camp works to ensure participants receive continued education and support while not in school. Participants will enjoy a week full of fun recreational and educational activities. Campers enjoy activities including, but not limited to, volleyball, bowling, swimming, basketball, soccer, baseball. Camp counselors are all experienced teachers and aids who have worked with kids with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Visual supports will be provided to help with daily schedules, transitions, and basic routines and expectations. We will provide sensory stimulation toys and activities to help enhance your child’s development.

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