Red Ribbon

Rio Rancho Ribbon Cutting on October 13th, 2011

For the past few years, RCI, Inc. has helped people with disabilities in Rio Rancho enhance their lives through our innovative programs and services. Our programs have helped so many in the community — and now, we are introducing a new name and new look to our organization that will let the community in Rio […]

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International Association of Workforce Professionals of New Mexico Conference

On September 30th LifeROOTS was asked to participate in the 2011 International Association of Workforce Professionals of New Mexico Conference in Albuquerque, NM. Interim CEO Kathleen Cates discussed the importance and advantages of hiring people with disabilities to professionals in human resources and workforce development. Client and employee Gloria Silva told the inspiring story of […]

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Employee Appreciation Night

On September 30th LifeROOTS hosted an employee and client appreciation night at Explora, the science museum and learning center in Albuquerque. Employees, clients and their families were able to tour the museum and enjoyed food and drinks with co-workers and clients. Explora’s exhibit activities engage people of all ages with small-scale materials and equipment in […]

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LifeROOTS Summer 2011 Newsletter

New Name, New Look RCI has long offered the solid “roots” that have helped so many individuals throughout the community enhance their quality of life. Now, we’ve unveiled a powerful new name and logo that not only signifies the important role that we have in offering a strong foundation of programs and services for people […]

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LifeROOTS Seeks Art Supply Donations

LifeROOTS (, the not-for-profit organization serving the needs of children and adults with physical, developmental and/or behavioral disabilities, is seeking donations of all types of art supplies to help in their unique community programming.  The organization, which offers a wide variety of on-site programs for children and adults as well as a day habilitation program […]

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LifeROOTS Seeks Daily Triumphs

Posted: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 12:00 am As Posted on By BRAD BUCK Observer managing editor Ten years ago, Kathleen Cates looked everywhere for ways to help her newborn daughter, Emma, who came into this world with a paralyzed arm. She didn’t like the answers she got from doctors and others in the health-care profession. […]

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