Richcroft creates inclusive residential opportunities for people living with disabilities. We started our business in 1983 with eight residential units, and we have grown to become one of the largest residential and support service providers in Central Maryland.
Today, we house 168 people and offer support services to 75 more. We enable people to live a stable and productive life in beautiful residential neighborhoods that anyone would be proud to call home. At Richcroft, we help people live their lives in safety and freedom.
All Richcroft homes are located in safe and supportive neighborhoods to ensure security and maximum freedom of movement. We have built a number of barrier-free homes for people who want greater independence and opportunity. People with intellectual and developmental disabilities often flourish in this kind of environment, but many struggle to find this type of accommodation. We combine safety and support with freedom and respect to empower people in their own home environment.
At Richcroft, we have access to leading supervisors across all levels of our organization. We have live-in supervisors in many of our homes, and we provide ongoing training and support to ensure a proactive and impactful team. We believe in professional responsibility, mutual respect, and innovation across all levels of our operation. Our live-in supervisors are able to provide integrated values, operational stability, functional support, and loving care for all residents at all times.
We support people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, including:
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Blindness/Severe Visual Impairment
- Cerebral Palsy
- Deafness/Severe Hearing Impairment
- Epilepsy/Seizure Disorder
- Head Injury
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Orthopedic Impairment
- Specific Learning Disability
- Speech/Language Impairment
We provide services in Baltimore, Carroll, Harford and Howard Counties.
Contact Service Coordination, Inc. (servicecoord.org or 301-663-8044) to begin the process.
Richcroft, Inc. is funded by the Maryland Developmental Disabilities Administration. Other funding comes directly from the individual receiving services, Section 8 Housing Vouchers, private donations, and fundraising initiatives.
You may click here to complete the application or you may contact the director of the area where you would like the services provided.
All employees are provided a wide range of orientation and DDA-mandated training programs designed to maximize their understanding of people with disabilities. In addition, each employee working in a direct support capacity receives training designed to the specific needs of the people with whom they work. Some of the training each employee receives includes but is not limited to:
- First Aid
- Community Integration and Inclusion
- Communication Skills
- Fundamental Skills
- Supporting People and Families in Making Choices
- Medication Administration Training