CR provides a wide-range of supports for adults with intellectual disabilities (ID). CR’s ID services are available throughout Northern Virginia and in the Richmond area. We welcome the opportunity to work with you to find the right match between an individual’s needs and available supports, whether provided by CR or by way of reference to another qualified provider.
CR provides long-term residential supports to adults with intellectual disabilities in single-family homes and apartment settings. Residents are supported in developing an individual-driven plan of care to address personal needs and desires in areas such as self-care, socialization, financial management, communication and mobility.
Our staff provides ongoing active treatment based upon each resident’s Individual Service Plan and offers a range of activities to encourage community integration and independence. Our professional team includes a Program Manager, Program Nurse, Social Worker, Recreation Director, Clinical Director, Dietitian, Counselors and Direct Support Professionals. To receive funding for this level of service individuals must be eligible for Medicaid.
Community Support Program (CSP)
In Arlington County, Virginia, CR’s CSP provides in-home support services to adults with intellectual disabilities who live in independent settings. A Support Coordinators assigned by the Arlington’s Community Services Board guides the resident in the development of an individual-driven plan of care. Supports provided can range from several hours per week to several hours per day.
The goal of CR’s CSP is to provide support with activities of daily living and use of community resources. Funding for individuals in this program is provided through Medicaid Waiver, county contracts or private pay.
Newbrook Place Day Program
CR’s state-of-the-art day program serves individuals with intellectual disabilities. Newbrook Place is an innovative behavioral program providing a individual-driven environment and community-based alternative for difficult-to-place men and women with a variety of disabilities and intensive support needs.
The program strives to help its participants overcome challenges by achieving and maintaining important living skills.
Those served at Newbrook Place receive a minimum of six hours per day of comprehensive habilitation training based upon self-defined preferences as outlined in each person’s Individual Service Plan. The day program offers intensive supports with a lower-than-average individual-to-staff ratio. Program participants are provided with multiple skill-building activities including therapeutic horticulture and art, personal development, food preparation training, self-advocacy and community networking and involvement including regular visits to a local gym and shopping activities.
While the program is center-based and incorporates dynamic clinical services and interventions, 50 percent of Newbrook’s services are provided in the community.
To reach a member of our Newbrook Place staff during regular service hours of Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m , please call 703.842.2325.
While in Virginia (1998-2012), David 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 David and his housemates.
– From a resident’s obituary
Please direct any questions related to referrals to the above programs to Community Residences’ Director of Admissions and Social Work, Lorna Ballard, LCSW at 703.606.0929, or fill out the form below. You may also access the formal referal form by clicking here.