Mady Gifted a New Adaptive Bike Thanks to CCRES

Mady and friends with her new adaptive bike
Image via CCRES.
Mady and friends with her new adaptive bike

Mady has a new bike, thanks to CCRES.

CCRES provides high-quality, caring staff for children, families, and adults with behavioral mental, developmental and physical challenges.

But it goes beyond just staffing.  

The CCRES check presentation at the Preston’s March for Energy Merry in May 5K event.

This unique company also invests in the communities they reach, always looking for an opportunity to make a difference.

CCRES provides grants, time, and energy to nonprofit programs that directly benefit deserving students and families

Throughout the year, the CCRES office and field staff participate or lead a variety of creative, successful fundraising events to make that support possible.

When Preston’s March for Energy held its Merry in May 5K, it provided four adaptive bikes to children with special needs.

Because of CCRES’s sponsorship at the event, Mady received an adaptive bike. She has a rare chromosome disorder that causes her to have low muscle tone. She has been asking for a bike for years, but cannot ride a traditional bicycle. Now with CCRES’ help, she was able to realize her dream.


CCRES provides professional resources, coaching and counseling for CCRES staff in the field and collaborative, reliable support for its partners.

CCRES was created in 1999 through a partnership with the Chester County Intermediate Unit to meet the growing need for behavioral health services for children in Chester County, and as a vehicle to give back to the community.

CCRES has grown, and now provides vital support for children, families and adults with a range of challenges including autism, behavioral health issues, mental illness as well as intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities. It also provides a variety of experienced school administrators to educational agencies throughout the region, working with school district, intermediate units and other programs.

It continues to expand into neighboring counties, including Berks, Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware, Lebanon, and Lancaster.

Find out more about CCRES.

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