CRi is dedicated to providing personalized resources to people with mental health needs or developmental disabilities.
Like all of you, we have been reading with interest the various news items on the Coronavirus. In addition, our entire management team has been working with our President & CEO, Arthur Ginsberg, to review and reinforce our emergency plan preparations. Click below for updated information & resources.Learn More
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.
“I became interested in CRi when my dad spoke to me about the mission & purpose of the organization this past Spring, but I got really involved with CRi by accepting a summer internship here,” states Grace George.Read More
“CRi has worked with people who have significant support needs who expressed an interest in living in their own apartment. They’ve done very creative things to make that happen. It’s not easy, takes a long time, and you have to jump through a lot of hoops.”Government Partner
On February 25, 2020, Fat Tuesday, join CRi at Top of the Town in Arlington for a festive Mardi Gras-themed evening celebration. All proceeds from this event will go to support of at-risk youth, women & men with mental health needs & developmental disabilities. Food, drinks & dancing will transport you down to the Bayou, all for a great cause. Buy your ticket to the Big Easy Bash & BASH stereotypes & make a big impact in the local community!Read More
Like all of you, we have been reading with interest the various news items on the Coronavirus. In addition, our entire management team has been working with our President & CEO, Arthur Ginsberg, to review and reinforce our emergency plan preparations. Here is a snapshot of what we are doing.Keep Reading
On February 20, 2020, CRi President & CEO Arthur Ginsberg announced a new fund that will provide tuition assistance & reimbursement to CRi Employees pursuing advances in their education.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.