Calling all Self-Advocates!
North Central Virginia Community of Self-Advocates (COSA) was developed through a partnership between The Arc of North Central Virginia and Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services.
COSA provides opportunities for adults 18 & up with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange, and Rappahannock counties to connect through educational, social, and recreational activities facilitated by members of our local community!
COSA will enable individuals with IDD to:
- connect with others
- share your experiences
- explore new opportunities
Check out a few COSA Activities below!
Birthday Club: Members are encouraged to share in the celebration by sending cards COSA Members each month. When it’s your birthday, we’ll mail you your COSA Birthday Card Bundle!
Game Nights: Join us for fun-filled game nights with Bingo and other games! COSA Members receive a Bingo Board in your Welcome Gift!
Card Making: Join us monthly to make homemade birthday/holiday cards! Get new ideas to make fun cards for you family and friends!
COSA Volunteers will lead programs on a one-time, weekly, bi-monthly, or monthly basis. During events they will meet with COSA members to present information, lead activities, and/or guide discussions. The topics for different programs are endless we want you to lead a topic that inspires you; baking, crafting, health/fitness, nutrition, etc.! Zoom support will be provided by The Arc of NCV!
Fill out a Volunteer Interest Form by clicking the "VOLUNTEER FOR COSA" button and we will be in contact with you shortly!