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AHRC New York City

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Locations
AHRC New York City, Administrative Offices
83 Maiden Lane
New York, NY 10038
United States
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Phone
(212) 780-2500
Contact
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Website
http://www.ahrcnyc.org/



AHRC New York City

AHRC New York City, a family governed organization, is dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Values:

Each member of the organization is committed to promoting a culture that embraces:

  • Passion: Committing wholeheartedly to the mission of the agency.

AHRC New York City, a family governed organization, is dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Values:

Each member of the organization is committed to promoting a culture that embraces:

  • Passion: Committing wholeheartedly to the mission of the agency.

AHRC New York City, a family governed organization, is dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Values:

Each member of the organization is committed to promoting a culture that embraces:

  • Passion: Committing wholeheartedly to the mission of the agency.
  • Respect: Responding to all members of the AHRC community with courtesy, kindness and open and honest communication.
  • Integrity: Making decisions based on fairness, honesty, morality and ethical principles.
  • Diversity: Respecting and appreciating the differences found among individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families and their colleagues.
  • Excellence: Providing an environment in which distinction and merit are affirmed, celebrated and enhanced.

The aim of AHRC's work has been to offer disabled individuals day to day living that is as rich, absorbing and worthwhile as possible, with an emphasis on helping individuals live up to their maximum potential in the community.

AHRC currently serves 11,000 individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, and their families. The array of services offered to individuals and their families by the organization is unsurpassed.

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