Exceptional Women. . . Exceptional Living.

Our Mission:

Empowering women with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD) to lead enviable adult lives.

Vision Statement
Building on our heritage of loving kindness, Riverbrook will sustain excellence within the context of change. The Riverbrook service model will become a widely known and respected leader in the field of services for women with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.

Core Values

  • Community
  • Opportunity
  • Safety
  • Respect
  • Kindness
  • Person-centered Focus

Target Population
Adult females aged 18 and up with a primary diagnosis of intellectual and/or developmental disability (I/DD). There is no upper age limit. Residents and day only participants may remain in the program as long as physical and emotional health is intact and within the program's ability to service individual needs. Residents and day only participants are accepted without regard for race, creed or ethnic origin.

Riverbrook Residence for Women with Disabilities

Josephine Monserud, daughter of Gary and Ann Monserud, learning new skills at the Riverbrook-on-Main program