For 45 years, CRi has worked to promote choice, respect & independence for people with intellectual & developmental disabilities & mental health needs. As one of the area's leading organizations for people with disabilities, CRi's accolades are often in the news. This page includes the most up-to-date news, publications & other content from CRi, partners, the local community & beyond.
Five people with disabilities have moved into the house since Falls Church sold the property to CRi.Keep Reading
A personal visit is often the most effective means of communicating with a legislator & working toward social change. Last week, CRi invited Delegate Betsy Carr to visit a recently opened & relocated program in the Richmond area, the Nicolet HomeKeep Reading
Last week, CRi President & CEO Arthur Ginsberg & VP of External Affairs Kelsey DeWispelaere participated in a candid conversation with Delegate Hala Ayala & the staff & residents at our Peachtree Home in Lake Ridge, VA. As a single, working mother of two, Delegate Ayala is an outspoken advocate for families in Prince William County & was an amazing part of a necessary conversation regarding disability support in our area.Keep Reading
Grace Community Church launches a Capital Campaign with the goal of building a better community.Keep Reading
FALLS CHURCH, Va. - Next month, five people with intellectual disabilities will move into Miller House, a group home in Falls Church as part of their journeys toward independence. It's the first of its kind in the city, but it's one of 45 homes that the nonprofit CRI has built for people who need the extra help.Keep Reading
An Integration of Legal and Financial Planning Post Secondary School to Retirement—What You Need Know WHEN: Wednesday October 24, 2018 WHERE: ServiceSource Disability Resource Center, Third Floor 10467 White Granite Drive, Oakton, VA 22124 RSVP to Alex Roos at 703-970-3683 or firstname.lastname@example.orgKeep Reading
Refreshed Brand Reflects Updates in Support Offerings and Continued ExpansionKeep Reading