CRVI is dedicated to the principles of empowerment, opportunity, dignity and independence for people with disabilities. The organization employs approximately 750 people; their commitment ensures the individuals in their care of as successful a life as possible through meaningful participation in their communities.
For over 50 years, CRVI has served as an independent, non-profit provider of services to over 500 people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. The agency has a reputation for skilled management, robust program development, exceptional care and long term financial stability.
The strategic emphasis for CRVI is to continue pioneering and expanding the scope of services available for people in the Hudson Valley and Catskill regions through a variety of residential, vocational, skills development, service coordination and case management programs. The new era has been ushered in by an increased focus on the individual and choice. Person-centered management teams will not only work to identify and secure the supports that a person may need, but empower individuals to understand the opportunities available while encouraging them to select their preferences.
The CRVI Board of Directors is made up of parents, professionals, and community and business leaders who volunteer their time, knowledge and experience. They recognize the essentials of an orderly planning process that consistently addresses the needs of all involved. They are committed to putting in place a system that allows for continuous updating and one that is sensitive to the need for progressive change in order to have a healthy organization.
CRVI is dedicated to the principles of empowerment, opportunity, dignity and independence for people with disabilities. The organization employs approximately 750 people; their commitment ensures the individuals in their care of as…