Community Living Corporation traces its roots to 1966 when the then private organization grew out of a simple ideal: that adults who are developmentally disabled can be integrated into and live successfully within their communities...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. 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.
The Community Living Corporation website is coming soon.