Community Partners and Recommended Resources
RCM of Washington, Inc. has experience working collaboratively with the following organizations.
Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities
An independent non-profit supporting children and adults with disabilities.
Bread for the City
Providing Food, Clothing, Medical Services, Legal Services, Social Services and Advocacy.
DC Equal Rights Center
The ERC is a civil rights organization that identifies and seeks to eliminate unlawful and unfair discrimination in housing, employment, and public accommodations in its home community of Greater Washington, D.C. and nationwide.
Shared Horizons is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created to manage Pooled Special Needs Trusts.
BodyWise Dance, led by founder Margot Greenlee, embraces creative expression and values all abilities, ages, cultures, and experiences.
Levine is a welcoming community where children and adults find lifelong inspiration and joy through learning, performing, listening to, and participating with others in music.
George Mason Life
The Mason LIFE Program is an innovative post-secondary program for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities who desire a university experience in a supportive academic environment.
For over 60 years, Ivymount has been providing nationally recognized education programs and partnerships for people with autism and special needs as well as for their families.
Common Good City Farm
Common Good City Farm (CGCF) is a place where community members can source fresh food, see sustainable urban agriculture in action, and gain exposure to concepts and skills to lead healthy lives.
DC Special Olympics
Special Olympics DC is the sole provider of sports, health and inclusion programs that benefit over 1,600 children and adults with intellectual disabilities in the district. These services are provided at no cost to participants.
University of District of Columbia
The University of the District of Columbia, founded in 1851, is the only public university in the city. They enroll more DC public high school graduates than any other university.
Department of Healthcare Finance- District of Columbia
The Department of Healthcare Finance (DHCF) is the District of Columbia’s state medicaid agency. Their mission is to improve health outcomes by providing comprehensive and cost-effective health services.
Ability village is a cite dedicated to making the world a more inclusive and accessible place for those with physical and/or cognitive disabilities. They have a thorough Disability Assistance Resources page and a blog for information and inspiration.