CRC at Work

A Day in the Life of CRC


Defying expectations

One major misconception about people with intellectual disabilities is that they cannot learn, work or make decisions on their own.  CRC refutes this misconception by providing individuals with the support they need to realize their hopes and dreams.  We strive to help individuals live productive lives in a community that accepts and treats them as equals.

"My son Jermaine has been with CRC for 20 years. The transition has been easier for him than for me. The road has not been easy but definitely necessary. Mr. Meade has always been understanding of my questions and concerns which I am forever grateful. Prior to my son entering CRC, I had a great concern about his ability to function in the world considering his disability.  I did the best I could but knew there had to be more for him. CRC has taught him how to live a life and not fit into the world’s idea of normalcy. With the support of Mr. Meade and his staff, I was given the strength and knowledge to become a great advocate for my son and others." - Ella B., Parent