Other Resources

Community Living Corporation

Community Living Corporation is a residential provider of supervised and supported housing for the disabled. Originally established in the 1960’s as a private organization, CLC was founded on the simple idea that adults who are developmentally disabled can be integrated into and live successfully within their communities… with a little help.

This innovative approach came ten years before the landmark Willowbrook Consent Decree, which mandated that persons with developmental disabilities be moved from large institutions to houses and apartments in or near their communities.

In 1988, CLC was converted into a non-profit residential provider by John Signorelli and a small group of parents headed by Roger Cooper. Through their tireless work and dedication, the CLC organization has grown significantly, serving clients throughout all across Westchester County.

For more information, contact Community Living Corporation at (914) 239-4700

CLC Transportation Company

At CLC Transportation (“CLCT”) provides medically assisted trips to individuals with disabilities. CLCT genuinely cares about its customers and is dedicated to serving your transportation needs with safety and care.

For more information, contact CLC Transportation at (914) 241-0112

Advocates for the Disabled

Advocates for the Disabled, Inc. (ADi) is an organization dedicated to providing high quality of service coordination and advocacy for individuals with disabilities. ADi works diligently to provide maximum independence and community inclusion while respecting individuality.

For families and individuals who require services, but do not qualify for Medicaid, ADi provides service coordination on a private pay basis.

For more information, contact ADi at (914) 244-9688

Westchester Foundation for the Disabled

Westchester Foundation for the Disabled’s (“WFD”) is a commercial property manager whose primary function is to support under-resources organizations that provide services to individuals with disabilities.

For more information contact Westchester Foundation for the Disabled at: office.WFD@gmail.com