Welcome to Richmond House!
Richmond House began as a dream of several parents of young adults with special needs. Those parents, along with help from our very generous community supporters, made that dream a reality when we opened our door in 2003 as a private, non-profit, 501 c(3) organization.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental disability characterized by impairments in social communication and restricted or repetitive behavior.
Adults with ASD often require specialized support to achieve success in work, education, social relationships, and day-to-day living. Richmond House is unlike most facilities that offer this kind of support; we provide residential care and community support services in an environment tailored to meet the needs of adults with ASD.
Our experienced staff provides services and support to enable these individuals to achieve self-determined lives. Richmond House maintains a family-like environment while teaching skills that promote independence. Round-the-clock staff is provided to ensure your family member gets the best care possible.
We welcome applicants age 18 years and older. Our Residential and Community Support Services Programs are provided to qualified individuals without regard of religion, race, color, sex, or national origin.
Richmond House has been a program of Commonwealth Autism since 2016.
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