We strive to support each person in a positive and nurturing environment, which integrates all aspects of living, working, and learning, and acknowledges their place as a valued and viable member of the community.
RCM has developed an innovative and creative approach to working with people with Intellectual Disabilities through self-determined choices and experiences tailored to individual dreams, desires, and needs. We promote opportunities for building relationships and integrating into the community.
Annual Holiday Party06-Dec-2013
SAVE THE DATE.... December 6th, 2013 RCM of Washington's Annual Holiday Party.... more informati..
15 Year Anniversary13-Sep-2013
Come celebrate with us at Martin's Crosswinds on September 13th. More details to follow......
DC Embassy Experiential Learning Project!21-Aug-2013
RCM of Washington Employment Readiness Takes on DC Embassy Experiential Learning Project! In..
There would be no RCM without our volunteers. From the beginning, we have relied on their generosity to help when ever and where ever needed.
Volunteers come as individuals, families or members of our community, Monday through Friday, fifty-two weeks a year. We thank each and everyone of them from the bottom of our hearts.
If you believe that you have a talent or skill and want to be a part of a great volunteer team, get involved and make a difference today.