CRS is a program of the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services.
Children's Rehabilitation Service (CRS) is a statewide system of services for children with special health care needs and their families, and adults with hemophilia. Every county in Alabama is served through a network of 14 community-based offices staffed with skilled professionals who provide quality medical, rehabilitative, and educational support services.
Using a comprehensive, culturally competent and family-centered approach, CRS partners with numerous public and private organizations: a collaborative network that provides specialty clinics and other services by physicians, nurses, social workers, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, audiologists, occupational therapists, registered dietitians, parent consultants, youth consultants, vocational evaluators, secretaries, and administrators.
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Address: 602 S. Lawrence St. Montgomery, AL, 36104
Phone 1: 800-846-3697
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Ages Served: Children’s Rehabilitation Service (CRS) serves children and teens from birth to 21 with special health-care needs and their families. Vocational Rehabilitation Service serves teens and adults.
CRS services include:
*Clinical Medical Program *Clinical Evaluation Program
*Hemophilia Program *Care Coordination Program
*Parent Connection Program *Youth Connection Program
In Business Since?: Created by the Alabama Legislature in 1994, the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services (ADRS) is the state agency that serves Alabamians with disabilities from birth throughout their lives.
Children's Rehabilitation Service is for any child or adolescent younger than 21 who is a resident of Alabama and has a special health care need is eligible. Individuals of all ages with hemophilia are eligible.