disAbility Resource Center of the Rappahannock Area, Inc.
A Center for Independent Living working to enable people of all disabilities of all ages to reach their greatest potential of independent living. The dRC helps people with disabilities to have a voice and a choice in their life, to live as independently as possible, and to be included in their community.
The dRC Celebrates 25 Years!
The disAbility Resource Center is making plans to celebrate its 25th Anniversary in 2018. Founded in 1993, the dRC is a Center for Independent Living (CIL) that assists people with disabilities of all ages to live independently in their community and to promote community inclusion. Independent living does not mean that someone must do everything for themselves. Some people need the assistance of aides, technology, therapies, and/or natural supports (families, friends, neighbors, etc.). But no matter the supports, people with disabilities have a voice and a choice and they should have the independence to make decisions about their lives.
The dRC and other CILs work toward helping people with disabilities and the community to understand independent living and inclusion in all aspects of life. The dRC has been doing this for the past 25 years and plans to continue to inform, guide, and help people with disabilities and to help the community realize the ABILITIES of individuals with disabilities for many years to come. We’ll be celebrating throughout 2018 and will hold our 25th Anniversary Ball on October 20, 2018, in Fredericksburg. Keep posted to our website, Facebook, and Twitter on our celebration and activities.