7250 Patterson Ave.
Richmond, VA. 23229
The mission of RAIN is to enhance the social and spiritual health of individuals with Autism through creative social and recreational outlets and to help lay the foundation for building lasting relationships as well as offer support to their families and communities.
Why let the fun end with summer? RAIN has many social opportunities throughout the year!
We are always adding new opportunities so check back often.
New for 2016- Junior Camp!
Junior Camp was created for our younger campers ages 6 to 12 that want the camp experience in a shorter day.
Senior Camp is for campers ages 13 and up. With a longer day these campers have the opportunity to discover Richmond by going on field trips up to four days a week!
The goal of both camps is to offer social skills and life skill lessons with peer buddies in a natural surrounding.
Volunteers are key to the success of RAIN programs.Peer buddies and adult volunteers are needed all year. Whether it is a peer buddy for summer camp, a chaperone for prom or manning the RAIN booth at a fund raiser, all volunteers are needed and appreciated! Volunteers must be at least 13 years of age. If you have an interest in volunteering you can check out opportunities on our partner site, Hands on Greater RVA or give us a call!
RAIN also works with community colleges and universities to provide internship opportunities.
Co-Founder, Program Director
Founder, Executive Director
RAIN is founded on biblical principles and the idea that all kids deserve to be kids despite their diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Personal growth, compassion, and collaboration to celebrate the lives of those with Autism and provide guidance for instruction, care and advocacy are the cornerstones for RAIN’s efforts your paragraph here.
RAIN is excited to announce a new EPSDT program.
Slated to start in October 2015.
Keep checking back for details!
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Richmond Autism Integration Network
The Summer of a lifetime for children with Autism (and so much more!)