DRC Is Here To Help
disAbility Resource Center (DRC) continues to operate during normal business hours, Monday – Thursday from 9:00 am -4:00 pm and Friday by appointment only. For everyone’s health and well-being, all in person appointments must be made in advance with a disability advocate. This allows dRC staff to travel within our service area and provide more services to our surrounding counties (Brunswick, Columbus, Onslow and Pender).
Disability Advocates are available to speak with you by phone or video calls Monday-Thursday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. You may also request assistance from us using the Referral tab on our website.
We look forward to assisting you.
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To reach a dRC staff member, dial dRC’s Main Number at 910-815-6618
If you’re asked to leave a message, please do so, and we will contact you shortly.
Consumers from the Deaf community should use email to reach out to us.
As always, call us if you are in need of our services: (910) 815-6618. We will continue to do our best to help you in whatever way we safely can.
disAbility Resource Center
The mission of the disAbility Resource Center is to empower individuals with disabilities to become and maintain their independence in their communities.
We provide services to people of all ages and all types of disabilities living in the counties of New Hanover, Brunswick, Columbus, Onslow and Pender county.
disAbility Resource Center staff members are here to serve you. Our goal is for individuals that self-identify as having a disability to access and live independently in the community of their choice. Our services for individuals living with disabilities are free.
Information and Referral
Advises individuals and families on where to go and how to get needed services, resources and information at all levels…locally, state and national resources.
Housing Advocacy & Moving Back into the Community
Our goal is to assist all our consumers to remain independent and live the best life they can.
Peer Support Staff serve as role models, as only someone with personal experience with disabilities can do.
Advocacy can be easily defined as an action that produces change. We provide advocacy at both the individual and systems level.
Independent Living Skills
We offer a range of information, resources, classes, and individual guidance to improve or enhance important daily life activities.
dRC Recent News & Events
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disAbility Resource Center is awesome because they are knowledgeable about housing and continue to connect me to resources.
dRC helped me with the housing application process. Now I live in a beautiful 2-bedroom apartment.
The most helpful people you can ever know. They gave me a hand in all needs of my life and opened doors beyond my dreams. Thank you all for the work you do!
Thank you to our Corporate Sponsors