About Us

Company Governance

Center for Community Integration, Inc. is governed by Board of Directors, Governing Body for this agency. The Board operates in accordance with Good Governance Practices for 501 ( C ) (3) organizations  as set forward by IRS and is fully compliant with State of Maryland COMAR 10.22.02 reqirements.

Center for Community Integration, Inc. Board of Directors includes, at a minimum, at least one individual with a developmental disability, one family member of an individual with a developmental disability, and an individual with experience in the field of developmental disabilities.

The Board is legally responsible for:

Overseeing the management and operation of Center for Community Integration, Inc.

Ensuring that Center for Community Integration, Inc. operates in compliance with all of the requirements of COMAR and all other applicable laws and regulations;

Approving Center for Community Integration, Inc. mission statement, long-range goals, policies, procedures, and budget;

Defining and prohibiting those circumstances which would create a financial or personal conflict of interest for members of the governing body, staff, care providers, volunteers, and members of the standing committee;

Ensuring that the licensee responds to all POCs in a timely manner;

Approving Center for Community Integration, Inc. Program Service Plan and ensuring that its services are provided in accordance with the plan;

Ensuring that at least 75 percent of the governing body of Center for Community Integration, Inc. shall be residents of the State or reside within a 100-mile radius of the administrative offices of CCI, Inc., which shall be located in the State of Maryland.

Ensuring that no employee of Center for Community Integration, Inc. or immediate family member of an employee of CCI, Inc. may serve as a voting member of the governing body of the licensee.

Ensuring that members of the governing body and employees of the licensee may not own property that is leased back to the licensee.

Contact Center for Community Integration, Inc. Board of Directors by e-mail: info@centerforcommunityintegration.org

Company History

CCI, Inc. has been established in 2003 by a group of dedicated professionals as a 501 c 3 Charitable Non for Profit organization serving Individuals with Intellectual disabilities in Maryland. CCI, Inc. has extended into a full service agency offering a variety of Supported Living, Personal Support and other community based services to eligible adults. CCI, Inc. continues to grow its programs. CCI, Inc. creates a flexible, person centered, family oriented system of supports so people can have full lives. CCI, Inc. provides services under DDA Community Pathways Waiver as well as Community Supports Waiver. CCI, Inc. was authorized by the State of Maryland to accept charitable donations for the causes this organization has been created for. Those who are willing to support us, please contact Executive Director.


Center for Community Integration, Inc. is a non-profit 501(C) (3) organization supporting adults with special needs. CCI is committed to the belief that all persons have the right to be part of the mainstream of life. Basis to this belief is that all human beings have the right to live and work in the community. CCI advocates for and provides support to persons with developmental disabilities in order to realize these rights within the community. Community integration is accomplished through the community supports and vocational programs by providing support and encouragement for individuals to become visible, productive members of the community.

The Center is dedicated to improve quality of life through an integrative supportive system, care, love and partnership. The Center provides quality community-based services to help families achieve social independence. CCI provides a consistent message that the outcomes and procedures utilized should reflect the basic values underlying normalization and integration. CCI believes that as an organization, we exist primarily because of our responsibility as people to the people for whom we provide services in the pursuit of our ultimate goal of true community integration, and that this goal can be achieved in a supportive manner which respects the right of every human being to live with personal dignity.