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Jingle Bell Jam Breakfast

barn danceCome join the fun as The Arc of Katy host the Jingle Bell Jam featuring a Mr. & Mrs. Santa Breakfast for individuals with special needs.

This event for all ages will take place Saturday, December 9, 2017, 9am. – 11am. at The Arc of Katy Clubhouse, 802 Dominion, Suite 900, Katy, Texas 77450.


Seating is limited. Reservations are required. - $10 for Persons of all ages with Special Needs with Parent/Guardian.

For more information and reservations click here.


Whoa Pardner!!

barn danceCome join us for The Arc of Katy’s Barn Dance. We hope that you will round up your family and friends and come to the barn for a boot scootin’ fun time!

Money raised by this event will provide much needed funds to replace our day program home which was flooded during Hurricane Harvey, and will also allow us to continue to provide enriching events and activities for teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), helping them to live life to the fullest.

This event will take place on Sunday, November 12, at 26855 Westheimer Parkway, (take Pin Oak Road from Old Katy). Admission is $25 a person, or $100 for a family of 4 or more.

Sponsors are needed to help with the expenses involved in putting on this event. All sponsors will have their name printed on a banner displayed at the event and also on our website.


Programs & Events

Monthly Board of Directors Meeting
April 10, 2018

Bingo! Pizza Party
April 14, 2018

The Arc of Katy 2018 Gala
April 20, 2018

Arc Prom w/DJ
May 12, 2018

Arc of Katy Socials


Our socials are held at the Katy Family YMCA, 1100 South Peek Road at Westheimer Parkway, Katy, Texas 77450 from 7 - 9 p.m.

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Adult Activity Day Camps


The Adult Day Activity Camp serves adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in a safe and fun environment.

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Summer Program

summer camp

We offer three annual Summer Program sessions that give campers and their families flexibility for camp and other summertime activities.

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A tremendous benefit

Having a child with special needs is like being in a fraternity you didn’t elect to join. I am very happy and proud to be a part of the fraternity/community that is The Arc of Katy.

Jane Dooley, mother of Megan Scholfield

Distinct pleasure

I've had the distinct pleasure of watching The Arc of Katy grow from a small group of parents to a community of family, friends and professionals all with a common interest.

Mary McDonald

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