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Support Services

Below are organizations and agencies providing support services for people with disabilities. These services are important in maintaining independence and keeping people in their community, thus improving socialization and removing the threat of isolation many experience.

Support Services​

Personal Assistance Services

Service Facilitation for Consumer-Directed services under the Developmental and Elderly or Disabled Consumer Driven Medicaid Waivers. Maintains registry of available personal assistants.

Transition Coordination

Transition coordination and planning that enables people to leave a nursing home or institutional setting and return to their home and community.  Contact Kathy Uchytil at or 540-373-2559 for more information on services available.

Culpeper Office Hours

The dRC provides outreach services, information and referral, and Medicaid Waiver facilitation in the greater Culpeper area. Contact Cheryl Lloyd at or call 540-373-2559 for an appointment or more information.

Caroline Office Hours
The dRC provides outreach services and information and referral in the greater Caroline area. Contact us here at 540-373-2559 for an appointment or more information.

Veterans’ Outreach

Outreach to Veterans and their families by providing resources and information on Veterans’ supports and services.

Developmental Disabilities – Waiver Case Management

Case Management for people receiving the DD Waiver enabling them to remain at home instead of an institutional setting. Case Managers develop a plan of care and link people to services and supports.

Independent Living Groups

For Youth Transition (ages 17-21 or in the last two years of high school) independent living programs contact Cheryl Lloyd, or 540-373-2559 for more information.

SOLE (Sharing Our Life Experiences) is the dRC’s Independent Living Group for adults ages 21 to 30. SOLE members work on independent living skills, social skills, soft employment skills and more in a fun and supported environment. Meetings are scheduled two Mondays a month (except as noted) at the disAbility Resource Center from 5:30 – 7pm. See the dRC Calendar for upcoming dates. Contact Debe Fults or 540-373-2559 at the dRC for registration and information prior to attending.

Wednesday Afternoon Life (WAL) is for adults with disabilities age 18 and older. The group is a mixture of events promoting independent living that we hope will interest you! Whether it’s a fun activity, social time or learning a new skill – it’s Wednesday Afternoon Live! Wednesday, 2p.m. – 4 p.m., at the dRC. Space is limited; please RSVP to Kathy Uchytil at or 540-373-2559 at least one day prior to event.

Support Services


All our programs and services are offered free of charge to our consumers. We rely on donations and grants for our operating expenses.

You may mail or drop off a financial donation to our office at 409 Progress St., Fredericksburg, VA 22401. You may donate online at .
You may donate durable medical equipment at our Equipment Connection location – 1503 Princess Anne St., Fredericksburg, VA 22401.

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