CRi is dedicated to providing personalized resources to people with mental health needs or developmental disabilities.
CRi is a community-based nonprofit organization with a focus on providing personalized resources to people with developmental disabilities & mental health needs. We believe in supporting people within the communities in which they live. For almost 50 years, CRi has has been focused on meeting the needs of individuals by working with families to provide individualized support, day programs, & residential services to people who need us most. We couldn't be more thankful for all of our partners, stakeholders, & friends who are dedicated to serving their local community.You Can Help
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.
"Learning about each other, where we come from, who we are, what we love, that's what it's all about," says Quinta Emefele, Program Director at Newbrook Loudoun. This is one of the most unique parts about CRi -- Embracing culture.Read More
"While in Virginia (1998-2012), John lived in a number of group homes, all run by Community Residences Inc. Staffed by highly trained and very caring individuals, these homes provided an exceptional quality of life for John and his housemates and we are thankful to CRi for the care and professionalism they showed every step of the way."Family Member
We've had such a busy year so far, catching up with old friends & getting back to our "normal" routines. As COVID-required restrictions & social distancing wind down, SummerFest is an opportunity to bring people together. It's a celebration of summer, fun, family & friends & we are looking for the support of our community to make it all happen!Read More
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
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.