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Tri-Cities Residential Services is a Person Centered organization that teaches essential life skills and provides support to individuals with disabilities. TCRS maximizes their ability to function independently and effectively by promoting an environment that enhances the individual’s self-esteem, personal growth and self-sufficiency.

We Believe

All persons have the right to live a life which is an expression of their special talents and creative abilities. Individuals with disabilities are entitled to this same right of expression within a life style which allows personal growth and development.

The role of Tri-Cities Residential Services is one of fostering an environment that promotes self-esteem, personal growth and self-sufficiency in the individuals who participate in agency programs. Behind our role lies the assumption that each person can adapt to living as independently as possible in the community given adequate training and support, and can adopt the norms and patterns which exist in the mainstream of society at large.