Due to Covid-19, all City Center NOVA events will be virtual only.

July Gilliam Update

Sunday morning grocery delivery: Everyone in Gilliam Place  has been enjoying the ongoing generosity from our good friends and neighbors at the Arlington Presbyterian Church (APC). The church worked with Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization, APAH, and the...

Every Black Life Matters.

City Center NOVA unequivocally stands behind the Black Lives Matter Movement for racial justice. Black men and women with disabilities are especially vulnerable to racial disparities in our country. We must do all we can as an organization to provide equal access to...

June Gilliam Place Update

An update on our community at Gilliam Place from our Program Director Donna Budway: We are happy to report that all of our members are well and settling into the new normal at Gilliam Place.  Several of our residents returned home to shelter with their families but...

Spotlight on Our New Team Members

This past month, we had three new members join our City Center NOVA team! Read on for more about Maria Booker, Fredda Hurwitz, and Amanda Tinkleman. Maria Booker Hailed as a “Northern Virginian of the Year” by Northern Virginia Magazine in 2019, and the inaugural...

Partner – Professional Member Spotlight

Ginny Conroy is the founder and managing director of Social Grace LLC, an organization that offers private social and executive function therapy and coaching, along with many other services. Over her years spent working closely with children and young adults as a...

Message From the Chair

Behind the Scenes . . . Our Board of Directors team has been busy working with our team of consultants to clearly define our Strategic Goals and how to accomplish them. The result will clarify and validate our approach to build communities for adults with diverse...

Gilliam on the Pike

We are happy to report that all of our new friends are settling in at Gilliam Place. We are getting to know each other and our neighbors in the building. We love our new Harris Teeter just a 15 minute walk away. There are We We are happy to report that all of our new...

Sundance

For many parents with autistic children, Naoki Higashida’s book, The Reason I Jump, was nothing less that life altering. A collection of 58 questions and answers written by 13-year-old Naoki with a computer and letter board, it was a gateway to understanding our...

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