The CLC organization is a family of affiliates located in Mount Kisco, NY. The organization includes Community Living Corporation, Inc., a not-for-profit community residence provider serving adults who are disabled; CLC Supplemental Pooled Trust; the CLC Foundation; CLC Transportation, Inc and ADI (Advocates for the Disabled). Together, the agencies offer independent living opportunities, special needs services, as well as financial planning in the form of two Supplemental Needs Pooled Trusts. A constant among CLC affiliates is the individualized attention and responsive service that each of its clients receives.

Through their tireless work and dedication, the CLC organization has grown significantly, serving both residential consumers as well as trust clients in the metropolitan area. In addition, CLC now has several affiliates, all of which provide the highest quality care for people living with disabilities.

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  • CLC Foundation

Since its inception in 1990, the CLC Foundation has provided financial assistance to adults living with persistent disabilities, as well as to the agencies dedicated to serving this group.  CLCF also provides enhanced recreation for CLC consumers and sponsors an Arts program for disabled adults.

The CLC organization is a family of affiliates in Mount Kisco, NY. The organization includes Community Living Corporation, Inc., CLC Supplemental Needs Pooled Trust, the CLC Foundation, Hidden Treasures Arts and Choral Group, CLC Transportation, Inc. and ADI (Advocates for the Disabled). Together, the agencies offer independent living opportunities, social services, special needs support, and financial planning to disabled adults.

Click to learn more about CLC Foundation: www.CLCFoundation.org

  • Supplemental Pooled Trust

For the benefit of its consumers, CLC Supplemental Needs Pooled Trust was established in 1996 to enable CLC clients and/or their loved ones to set aside monies for supplemental needs without losing government benefits, such as Medicaid and SSI. Six years later, Trust participation was opened to non-CLC consumers.

With the extended life expectancies that disabled individuals can look forward to, planning for their futures has become a critical and immediate need. Therefore, families and loved ones of people with disabilities must plan today for needs that will arise next week, next month, and in years to come.  A CLC Supplemental Needs Pooled Trust can be established to provide for participants’ current and future needs without ever jeopardizing their eligibility for government benefits such as Medicaid and Supplemental Social Security (SSI). CLC Trusts enable participants living with a disability to maintain eligibility for government benefits and still set aside monies in a Trust to pay for their own supplemental needs. 

Funds deposited in either of the CLC Trusts are available to participants to pay for items not covered by Medicaid or SSI such as vacations, clothing, certain medical expenses, and other extras that enhance their quality of life.

Click to learn more about CLC Supplemental Pooled Trust: www.CLCPooledTrust.org

  • Community Living Corporation

Community Living Corporation traces its roots to 1966 when the organization grew out of a simple ideal: that adults who are developmentally disabled could live successfully in their community… 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, the association was converted to a not-for-profit service provider, Community Living Corporation (CLC), by John Signorelli and a small group of parents headed by Roger Cooper.

  • Hidden Treasures
  • Advocates for the Disabled

Advocates for the Disabled, Inc. is an organization dedicated to providing the highest quality of Service Coordination Protection and Advocacy for the Developmentally Disabled.  We are active proponents of the 3IP (Independence, Inclusion and Individualization) promoted through OMRDD (NY’s Office of Mental Retardation and Development Disabilities) and work diligently to provide maximum independence, community inclusion, while respecting individuality.

We seek to provide these services through:

    • Coordination and collaboration of the delivery of services for the needs of persons with Developmental Disabilities;
    • Ensuring that individuals and/or their families and advocates receive all services to which they are legally entitled and which allow them to have the highest quality of life;
    • Assessing that individuals with Developmental Disabilities are being treated with dignity and respect, and that their residences are safe and secure;
    • Monitoring to ensure that individuals with Developmental Disabilities are given the maximum range of choice for which they are capable without impairing their health or safety; and
    • Educating staff and families of individuals with Developmental Disabilities to increase the quality of their environment.

For families and individuals who need services, and either do not qualify for Medicaid or do not have the ability to apply for Medicaid.  ADi, will provide a Service Coordinator who will assist in arranging for services and or Medicaid on a private pay basis. ADi fee’s for private paid services are set on a sliding scale.

Click to learn more about Advocates for the Disabled: www.AdvocatesfortheDisabled-NY.org.

  • Winslow Therapeutic Riding Center

Winslow Therapeutic Riding Unlimited, Inc. was a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, formed in 1974 to promote equine-assisted activities and therapies for individuals with special needs. In 2014, Winslow gained new strength and merged with the CLC Foundation, Inc., and is now known as CLC Foundation, Inc. d/b/a Winslow Therapeutic Riding Center, greatly enhancing the services we offer to clients. Sharing a common vision, together, Winslow Therapeutic Riding Center and CLC foundation, have been able to continue our mission to help even more children and adults with physical, cognitive, and emotional challenges find strength and independence through the power of the horse in therapy and education. In addition to therapeutic riding, our center offers farm experiences, full day programs for children and adults, and instructor training courses.