Womens League
On a cool autumn day in 1978, seven young men ended years of rejection, institutionalization, and uncertainty by rejoining their community of birth. A home for men with developmental disabilities had been built, and these seven 'pioneers' were its first residents. This was the beginning of Women’s League Community Residences.

Today, with over 30 residential settings, Medicaid Service Coordination, Community Habilitation, CBR Supported Employment and Jumpstart Early Intervention programs, Women’s League touches the lives of countless children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.
Residential Programs for ChildrenMedicaid Service CoordinationJumpstartResidential Programs for AdultsCommunity HabilitationCBR Supported Employment
ABA / Autism Services
Recipient of hightst OPWDD Honor Compass Award
New Partnership With Women's League Community Residences Makes YU Accessible to Students with Intellectual Disabilities.
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