VersAbility Resources offers a person-centered approach to activities and new learning experiences for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

These valuable services are provided through our Day Support programs located at three separate locations:

The nonprofit is licensed through the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Development Services to serve adults 18 years and older. Our service area covers all of Hampton Roads to Gloucester and Lancaster County. 

Our goal is to help underserved adults and seniors with disabilities reach their highest level of independence and community engagement. The people we serve participate in a range of volunteer activities and projects within the community, enjoy arts and crafts, independently choose activities they have interests in and participate in local recreational outings to parks, museums and events.

Our Project Independence program offers personalized life skills classes that cover topics such as technology, budgeting, healthy living, personal safety, nutrition, self-care and self-advocacy. Individuals in the Project Independence program benefit from Virtual Reality simulation programs that help train people with disabilities for various real-life scenarios. By practicing these skills in a safe environment among supportive staff, people with disabilities can expand their personal and economic independence.

Envisions Day Support provides rewarding and active treatment to individuals of all abilities. Individuals participate in community integration activities, which enhance daily living skills and encourage independence. In our programs, individuals build relationships through socialization and choose projects to enhance their creativity, such as using technology to promote self-expression and communication. Our caring employees provide support to all individuals ensuring health and safety are top priorities.

The Puller Center serves those on the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck by offering life skills and community engagement activities.

To learn more about the Project Independence Support program, contact Lakisa Ward
(757) 896-8466 or

To learn more about the Envisions Day Support program, contact Ebonee Atkinson

To learn more about programs at the Puller Center, call (804) 693-3114.
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