CRi is dedicated to providing personalized resources to people with mental health needs or developmental disabilities.
The pandemic has kept us apart & inside for too long so we're taking advantage of the summer sun to host a fun-filled day with games, good food, dancing, & friends. SummerFest will be the first time that many of the people we support are able to get together and celebrate since the COVID shutdowns. Please support SummerFest today!Support SummerFest
Dedicated to providing caring resources needed to live their best lives, CRi believes people can make choices on their own & live independent, full, & meaningful lives. Since 1975, CRi has been relentlessly focused on what’s possible. By investing the respect, time & effort, CRi finds positive ways to meet the needs of the people in local communities.
CRi is transforming how at-risk youth & people with developmental disabilities or mental health needs live, work & play. Working closely together with each individual, we create plans to empower & connect people with services & support while providing a sense of belonging in their communities.
COVID-19 challenged the disability support community, & the world, in ways no one could have imagined. Social isolation, program closures, health & safety concerns, staffing shortages, & policy changes are just a few examples of the pandemic's impact on an industry that already works harder than many to support some of the region's most vulnerable populations.Read More
I would not be able to hold down a job for almost three years now if it wasn't for LIFT. I am 22 years old & I work full-time at Georgetown Hospital. I've received three pay raises since I've been here & I have another one coming up. I have my own desk & I feel proud about my accomplishments. I would absolutely recommend the program to others.2018 LIFT Graduate
Chantilly, Va. – May 31, 2022 – CRi has appointed Tania Hammock, LCSW, ADS to the newly created position of Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer following an extensive executive search. Ms. Hammock brings significant experience in mental health and developmental disability services.Keep Reading
Original article written by Arlington County & posted on Arlingtonva.us The Arlington County Board honored recipients of the Arlington's COVID-19 Heroes award during its Recessed Board meeting on Jan. 25, 2022.Keep Reading
Thank you for your interest in CRi’s supports. Our admission team works to make the referrals & admissions process as streamlined as possible for people in need of support. Referral sources include case managers, physicians, insurance companies, &/or family members.
We LOVE Volunteers! Volunteers are essential in helping CRi provide diverse opportunities for community engagement for both the people we support & our friends & neighbors. Volunteer opportunities may include special event support, committee involvement, property maintenance, office support, & more.
Philanthropic support is critical to helping people with disabilities live their best life. With public funding at significant risk, we are dependent upon private contributions to give vulnerable people the life they deserve. Your generous gift will go to providing immediate supports for people in the local community.