The New River Valley Disability Resource Center has made a lot of recent changes. Read about them in our quarterly newsletter, The Independent, by clicking on the link below.
The NRV DRC has recently relocated to 61 Staples Street in the City of Radford. Staff will resume regular work hours at the new office on 6/1/2021. If you need directions or have any questions about our new office please give us a call at 540-266-1435.
In this issue of The Independent Newsletter we discuss topics such as:
– We’ll Be Moving
– Frank Hayes retiring
– Disability Day of Mourning
– Volunteer opportunities for health assessment team
– Games, the gift of independence, and more
The Independent Newsletter provided by New River Valley Disability Resource Center can be viewed by clicking on the link below.
NRV DRC just released their 1st Quarter 2021 newsletter and it’s filled with all kinds of information – recipes, other community resources and opportunities, and games.
Let us know if you make the recipes and how it goes – your story could be featured in next quarter’s newsletter!
We wish everyone a safe, healthy, and happy holiday and New Year!
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We are happy to share with everyone that our most recent newsletter for the upcoming 4th Quarter of 2020 is now available!
If you would like the newsletter in a different format please call us at 540-266-1435 or email our Community Advocate, Varie Lynn, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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NRV DRC has recently aired their first Public Service Announcement (PSA) for individuals and families with disabilities.
Please feel free to share our PSA to help others in the New River Valley community learn about what New River Valley Disability Resource Center can do for them.
If you would like to view or share our PSA please click on the link provided below. We appreciate all of your support!
On September 12, 2020 NRV DRC’s Board member, Rick Barrow and his wife Deb were featured in the Roanoke Times newspaper in a article titled “The Butterfly Effect”.
If you are interested in reading the featured article, please click on the link below.
We are so thrilled to share this news with you!
The Staff and Board at NRV DRC sincerely appreciate everyone who donated and we are so excited to share with you how these funds will be spent on NRV residents with disabilities. Be on the lookout for more information and photos in our quarterly newsletters of how these funds helped individuals gain accessibility and live independently.
NRV DRC’s Community Advocate, Varie Lynn, has been working diligently on our 3rd quarter newsletter and was even able to publish it early due to the current fundraising campaign – Give Local NRV.
We hope everyone has the opportunity to support New River Valley Disability Resource Center by giving and participating in this fundraising campaign. For those interested, Give Local NRV will be ending at the end of June 2020.
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