Empowering people with intellectual or developmental disabilities to live as independently as possible
We provide a range of top-quality residential and non-residential programs for men and women with intellectual or developmental disabilities in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Our programs offer individual and group treatment, and are geared toward promoting independence and improving life skills. Clients also receive support with job development, on-the-job coaching, and educational opportunities.
With a firm belief in the therapeutic benefits of human relationships as the basis for growth and change, we challenge and support individuals in our programs to become as independent as possible.
For the fourth year in a row, clients and staff from Community Resources for Justice’s Community Strategies of Massachusetts division braved frigid weather for long hours to help raise money for the homeless and less fortunate this holiday season. Staff and clients joined in the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign, ringing bells and collecting contributionsRead Article
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