Cincinnati Recreation Commission / Division of Therapeutic Recreation

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

The Cincinnati Recreation Commission’s Division of Therapeutic Recreation (TR) offers a continuum of leisure services for individuals with disabilities that promote a healthy lifestyle, as well as the opportunity to participate in high-quality recreational and cultural experiences in the community. As advocates for individuals with disabilities, we provide inclusive and therapeutic recreation programming choices and promote accessibility at all CRC facilities. Many of our full-time CRC Therapeutic Recreation Program Staff are Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists (CTRS).

Inclusion Support Services
We provide a consultative approach to supporting individuals with disabilities in all CRC programs and facilities. Our goal is to provide opportunities for inclusion that reduce physical, programmatic and attitudinal barriers. In addition to providing support to CRC facilities, we act as a resource to our community in areas such as advocacy, disability awareness and disability training.

Therapeutic Recreation Services
We implement goal-oriented programs for individuals with disabilities which promote a healthy lifestyle as well as provide exposure to cultural experiences in the community. Our programs encourage the development of physical, social, emotional and cognitive skills to enhance the quality of life, while preparing each person for leisure involvement in their community. Therapeutic Recreation services include programming for persons with cognitive and physical impairments.

  • Languages:
  • English
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2335 Riverside DR
Cincinnati, OH 45202
United States


(513) 352-4028



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