64 New York Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002
Phone: + 1 (202) 789-1930
Fax: + 1 (202) 318-1169
I have been associated with RCM for approximately 15 years. My brother, Robert, was a long-time resident of yours. He received excellent care up to the time of his passing. Staff at RCM are very professional. I was always contacted in a timely manner for any situation that concerned my brother. I was always notified of family meetings. RCM is a caring, loving organization, and I will, and do recommend them to family and friends. I especially love the activities that you have. RCM is always doing something exciting. I love seeing that happy faces on my Facebook feed! Keep up the awesome job!
Innovative and hardworking, diligent on solving problems.
RCM is doing good. RCM is a good organization, they are like my family. The service they provide is very good. The service they provide for people to go and get a job is very good. The Special Olympics is good also. The people who work with RCM are great and kind, they are very good people and they care about people. People should come to RCM to see how great the organization is run, and how much they care, provide and love everyone.
4 days ago
Timeline PhotosIn March 1987, Ronald Reagan issued a Presidential Proclamation that called upon Americans to provide the “encouragement and opportunities” necessary for people with developmental disabilities to reach their potential. Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month (DD Awareness) promotes the inclusion of people with developmental disabilities in all areas of community life and raises awareness about the barriers that people with disabilities still face in connecting to the communities in which they live. #CelebrateAbility #DDawareness2021 ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
If you haven’t already, please check out Crip Camp. And why not do it having some fun this Friday with the DDC?!DDAM Event: Our screening of "Crip Camp."
Grab some popcorn and join us this Friday at 7pm for the hit Netflix documentary. This event will have captioning. And stay tuned for our full calendar of events!
[ID: Poster of Crip Camp: An African American teenager is posing with his guitar and his friend in his wheelchair (A white, male teenager with a white T-shirt and black pants) in the campsite.] ... See MoreSee Less