Listed below are additional resources for individuals and their families.
Potomac Community Resources (PCR) – http://pcr-inc.org/
PCR is a nonprofit organization that provides innovative social, recreational, therapeutic, and educational programs for teens and adults with developmental differences and their families. Our programs take place at various locations in Montgomery County; volunteers and members are from throughout the metropolitan area. PCR programs are facilitated by professionals and staffed by experienced and trained PCR staff.
Archdiocese of Washington – Special Needs Ministry – http://site.adw.org/special-needs
Persons with disabilities are integral members of the Christian community. All persons with disabilities have the capacity to proclaim the Gospel and to be living witnesses to its truth within the community of faith and offer valuable gifts. Their involvement enriches every aspect of Church life. The Department helps Catholics who have special needs access their faith by providing support, education, resources and connections to community partners. In particular, we help Catholics more fully participate in Mass, in reception of the sacraments (including faith formation), and in experiencing the richness of parish life. Our work often extends outside the parish, involving partnerships with local organizations, employers, governmental bodies and institutions.
Center for Life Enrichment – http://tcle.org
At the Center for Life Enrichment, our mission is “to provide programs and support services that will increase the vocational and personal potential of individuals with disabilities.” Our goal is to provide these services in a unique and individualized manner to improve overall quality of life. Increased independence, integration into the workforce, and the opportunity for social interaction is the focus of our services. Located in Hollywood, MD.
Helpful Hooves – http://www.helpfulhooves.org/
The purpose of Helpful Hooves Equine Therapy Inc. is to improve the lives of young adults with physical and mental disabilities through the use of horses and horse related activities. We currently host a number of equine activities both educational and social for this special population. All of these programs and events are offered to our community at no charge and operate completely with a volunteer staff.