Rethinking the significance of why we exist, what we do, and how we do it, AHRC New York City has updated our look and refined our credo.
AHRC New York City joined allies in the long fight for disability justice at the official opening of the Willowbrook Mile at the College of Staten Island.
Asante Breland reflects on his journey and identity as a gay Black man as part of Project SHINE.
Advocates from AHRC NYC & other partners in the quest for social justice & equality for people with disabilities came together for a virtual version of the 2022 Disability Pride Parade.
As reported in ASN, if two people with disabilities marry, they both could lose 25% of their SSI benefits. Public officials have recently introduced bills which would allow people with disabilities to marry without losing critical benefits or facing penalties.
As reported by silive.com, AHRC New York City's Advance & Earn program is working with New York City youth on Staten Island to prepare the next generation of professionals with high-level training in the disability field.
Akeem Hill, Manager of AHRC NYC's Glen Oaks Residence provides Direct Support Professionals' perspectives on what the role means to them.
The 2022 season at our camps featured the return of many counselors who made their returns to America after early three full years away because of COVID-19 pandemic travel restrictions.
Steven Natal finds a new path through AHRC NYC’s Advance & Earn program, with support from job developers, social workers, case managers, & other professionals.
Celebrating National Direct Support Professional Recognition Week, Analissa Williams is among the thousands of dedicated DSPs in our organization
Victoria Schneps, host of the A-Lister Podcast spoke with Marco Damiani, the Chief Executive Officer of AHRC New York City.
Via Crain's New York Business, AHRC NYC's CEO, Marco Damiani announced as a 2022 Empire Whole Health Awards Honoree.
Young people learning specialized employment skills through AHRC NYC’s Train & Earn and Advance & Earn programs were recently celebrated for their accomplishments.
Our ongoing partnership with HSBC continues as staff members & people receiving services through AHRC NYC interact with business professionals in a wide variety of activities.
AHRC NYC was proud to join Governor Kathy Hochul & lawmakers for the signing of a package of bills strengthening the rights of New Yorkers with disabilities.
Recalling his brother's journey from Willowbrook to a group residence in Manhattan, Allan B. Goldstein shares his family's experiences in his memoir.
CBS2's John Elliott visited the students of AHRC New York City's Francis of Paola Early Learning Center for some First Alert Weather 101 summer fun.