Douglas County Disabilities Coalition

For more information contact:


P.O. Box 985

Douglasville, GA 30133


tel.: 770 402 4711



Office Hours M-F 10am - 3pm



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Welcome to DCDC

The Arc Douglas County


  To advocate for the rights and full participation of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in our community through providing supports for families and services to individuals.



To see all individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities living a full and meaningful lives integrated into their community.


What we do?

DCDC provides Medicaid Waiver Services through the NOW  (New Option Waiver) and COMP (Comprehensive) Waiver Programs to children and adults with developmental disabilities in Douglas County.


People with developmental disabilities needed a voice and DCDC has strived to be that voice in Douglas County. 


Our goal is to provide the services to individual needs to become as independent as they can be in their own environment and to have the individual involved in their community. DCDC not only provides services to the individual but assists the individual and their families with advocacy and information.

Who we are?

DCDC is a 501c3 organization founded by citizens and family members of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


DCDC is a member unit of The Arc of Georgia. The Arc links local, state and national advocacy by providing a voice for all persons with intellectual and     developmental disabilities. Together with our network of members and affiliate chapters, we improve systems of support and services, connect families, inspire communities and influence public policy.


Membership is open to everyone who  has an interest in working on behalf of citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities in their local community, their state and on a national level.


Meetings are held quarterly at the Arbor Place Mall Food Court. Contact us for the dates and times of upcoming meetings.