Community Rightful Center is a nonprofit 501c3 that was founded in 2009. Community Rightful Center (CRC) serves the socio-economically, disenfranchised, disabled, and/or disadvantaged. Our Desire is to Work for our Clients.
The mission of the Community Rightful Center is to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities, under-served populations and the socio-economically disenfranchised clients and their families through universal access to healthcare, case management, social, and employment services.
Community Rightful Center’s vision is to become a one-stop social support center for persons who are disabled and/or disadvantaged.
Meet the CEO
Mrs. Roseline LouisXVI graduated from Florida International University with a Master’s in Social Work as well as a Master’s in Public Administration. Mrs. LouisXVI is a LCSW intern. She has been a social worker for over 20 years. She dedicates herself to working with individuals with disabilities, elderly, underserved population, as well as socially economically disenfranchised individuals.
Organization founder and Executive Director, Roseline Louis XVI has pioneered the Ryan White Program’s medical case management services at the Village South and later working as a lead PAC Waiver case manager at Borinquen Health Center and participating in Haitian TV networks educating the community on HIV prevention, ART adherence aiding to destigmatizing HIV. In 2010, she branched out on her own to continue to provide services to the HIV/AIDS community, but in a smaller, more personalized setting.
A Key to a Better Life
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