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VersAbility continues mission of supporting people with disabilities

VersAbility Resources celebrated another milestone year in 2021 while looking to the new year with renewed optimism in advancing its mission of supporting people with disabilities in leading productive and fulfilling lives, a release stated.

“During these challenging times, our focus hasn’t changed,” said Kasia Grzelkowski, CEO of the Hampton-based nonprofit that serves more than 1,700 individuals and their families each year. “We’ve continued to fulfill our mission every day and create more expansive, diverse opportunities for people with disabilities of all ages in the 757 and beyond.”

Locally, VersAbility Resources operates the Lewis B. Puller Center on Main Street in Gloucester, which provides long-term employment, training and day support services to 50 adults with disabilities from the 10 counties of the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck.

VersAbility’s 19 government contracts include loading food on ships for the Navy, staffing global call center operations 24 hours a ...

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