As a US Veteran, you have made sacrifices to protect our country and our independence. Unfortunately, due to disabilities from your time in the service or aging, you are struggling with day-to-day life. It’s our privilege to assist you and restore your independence.
United States veterans are a strong group of individuals, but even the strongest people need help now and again. Many veterans find themselves struggling to maintain their independence due to disabilities. You don’t have the mobility you once did or aren’t as young as you once were, but this does not need to be a barrier to independent living.
CRI is here to help you stay in your home as long as possible because you are more than deserving of independence and dignity. We can provide you with different services depending on your eligibility and individual needs.
CRI is always happy to collaborate with the Department of Veteran Affairs to secure the services you need to continue living an active, independent life in the comfort of your own home. As a thank you for your extraordinary service, we will eliminate those little barriers preventing you from thoroughly enjoying your life.
We can help to give you back the independence that you deserve. To schedule a teleconference or in-person consultation, please call or complete the form. We look forward to hearing from you.
We understand your struggle of wanting the best care for your loved one. You want to know that they are going to be safe staying in their home and will be able to live a dignified and happy life. We understand that you have children to care for, work obligations, or simply live too far away. CRI is here to put your mind at ease and ensure your veteran is taken care of.
Whether it’s additional support to relieve some pressure from your shoulder, or care and support because your living situation doesn’t allow you to be there, we provide relief from the stress and worries of constant caregiving. Let us help you help your vet.
While in-home care ensures your loved one is cared for physically, interacting with our care attendants can have a huge impact on their lives. Many disabled veterans face social isolation which can lead to loneliness and depression. The regular interaction individuals get with our care attendants help ease the effect of isolation. The attendants can also help your loved one get back out into the community.
At CRI, we offer more than just in-home care. Our Center for Independent Living provides a range of supports for disabled veterans. We offer wellness groups, social opportunities, independent living skills training, assistive technology, and support with their goals of independence.
If you are ready to have a helping hand but are unsure of where to begin, our Care Reps can help you build a program that works for you and your unique needs. To schedule a teleconference or in-person consultation, please call or complete the form.