64 New York Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002
Phone: + 1 (202) 789-1930
Fax: + 1 (202) 318-1169
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.
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!
7 days ago
This should be awesome!Reminder to register for our upcoming Virtual Artist Talk and Workshop this Thursday at 5:30pm! Join Art Enables and visiting artists Laura Grothaus, Erik Holden, and Shelley Picot. The artists will discuss their work, including collaborative drawings and paintings created in partnership with Art Enables resident artists. After the talk and continuing in the exhibitions' spirit of collaboration, the visiting artists will lead a short collaborative art activity. Guests will be invited to begin a drawing with the intention of passing their work on to a friend to complete. To participate, bring a pencil and paper (and maybe a friend!) and any other art supplies you'd like.
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1 week ago
Best Buddies Virginia & DC is looking for e-Buddies! People with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities, come together online to form friendships and a community that celebrates their diversity of character and abilities. Go to www.bestbuddies.org/what-we-do/ebuddies/ to find out more.
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