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Vision Statement

DRCVI Vision Statement

DRCVI’s vision is a barrier free, inclusive world that values diversity, culture, and each individual.

  • In this world all people with disabilities have:
  • Equality,
  • Dignity,
  • Power,
  • Freedom of choice,
  • Independence, and
  • Freedom from abuse, neglect, and discrimination.
  • They have quality, culturally responsive, safe, affordable, and accessible:
  • Housing,
  • Education,
  • Healthcare,
  • Technology,
  • Transportation, and
  • Individual and family supports that they choose and direct:

People with disabilities have the right to family, social, and intimate relationships. They are financially secure, can make life choices, and have opportunities for satisfying work, recreation, spiritual lives, and community service.


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