Potomac Community Resources, Inc. (PCR) promotes the full inclusion into community life of teens and adults with developmental differences by providing over 35 therapeutic, recreational, social, educational, and respite care programs. PCR’s dynamic, innovative programs are designed to encourage our members’ personal growth, friendships, and healthy lifestyles … Read More
Fall 2019 Program Registration
There are still spots open in some Fall 2019 PCR programs. For information and online registration, please click HERE. Please note that online registration requires full payment with a credit card. If you prefer to pay by check, need financial aid, or are using other funding services, print out the registration form by clicking HERE and send by mail.
Recently, over the space of several weeks, the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services conducted a rigorous review of PCR’s programs, governance, and operations. We are pleased and proud that the review reports that PCR is “exceeding expectations” in all areas of our work. To read the full report, please click HERE.
Recent Articles and Videos About PCR
The Dedication and Blessing of the James M. Sullivan Memorial House: “At Potomac parish, new home dedicated for women with developmental differences” (October 15, 2019, Catholic Standard)
PCR Board Member Fr. Bill Byrne celebrates his 25th anniversary in the priesthood this year. To read an article about it, Click HERE. (June 13, 2019, Catholic Standard)
To read about PCR’s Basketball program collaborating with students at Our Lady of Mercy School, please click on “Eighth-Grade Basketball Game Supports PCR and MC Special Olympics” (May 2019, Our Parish Times)
The Power of One (April 2019)
Jim Sullivan Tribute (April 2019)
Upcoming Events in the Community
(Click on individual event for more information)
Monday, October 21st, Spirit Steps: Rolling/Walking/Running Class Free Demo, 3 to 4 PM, hosted by Spirit Club. For more information, click HERE.
Sunday, October 27th, Costume Party, 3 to 5 PM, at Rendezvous Social Club and Fitness Center in Rockville, presented by Zamdance and Autism Ambassadors. $20 entrance fee, RSVPs required. For more information, click HERE.
Saturday, November 2nd, Transitioning Youth Resource Fair, 9 AM to 1 PM, Montgomery College Rockville. Click HERE for more information.
Sunday, December 1, Singing in the Rain at the Olney Theater, 1:00 PM. Theater trip ($30 ticket) and dinner afterwards organized by UpCounty Resources. For more information and to RSVP, contact Sylvia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: These are not PCR events. Contact sponsoring organization directly if you’d like more information or to RSVP.