Potomac Community Resources, Inc. (PCR) is an award-winning 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that encourages and supports the full inclusion of persons with intellectual and developmental differences into all aspects of community life.
Donations to PCR make a real difference in the lives of individuals with developmental differences and their families. PCR is recognized by the Catalogue for Philanthropy as “among the best small charities in the Greater Washington region,”
Virtual Transition Times Monthly Info Session
Please join us on Wednesday, April 28th at 7:00 pm for a virtual presentation on “Disability Rights Maryland: Who We Are & What We Do.” The presenter will be Megan Rusciano, Co-Managing Attorney. DRM promotes the legal rights of people with disabilities. Simultaneous ASL Interpretation provided. To attend this free presentation, please click REGISTER.
For more information about Transition Times, and to view recent Transition Times meetings, click HERE.
Para ver mas información sobre Transition Times y presentaciones recientes en español, haga clic AQUÍ.
PCR’s 2021 Online Summer Session Is Now Open!
Register now for Summer 2021 programs by clicking HERE. Online registration requires full payment with a credit card. If you prefer to pay by check, need financial aid, or are using other funding services, you will need to complete a paper registration form available HERE. Registration and payment can be mailed to Seth Duncan, PCR Program Director, at 9200 Kentsdale Drive, Potomac, MD 20854.
Expanded Community Resources Directory
If you have not looked at our “Links to Resources in the Community” page recently, please click HERE to see our reorganized and expanded list. This comprehensive and user-friendly page provides a wealth of useful resources for teens and adults with developmental differences and their families living in our area. Categories include: Transition, Education, Employment and Vocational Services, Residential Services, Funding Services, Transportation, Day Programs, Recreational Activities, and more.
Nuestra lista de recursos útiles para adolescentes y adultos con discapacidades y sus familias ahora incluye enlaces (links) para recursos en español. Para verlos, haga clic aquí, y continúe a “Recursos en Español.”