Located in Henrico County, Good Neighbor Village is a non-profit residential community for adults with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities. We are dedicated to providing an environment where residents can thrive and become the best they can be while maintaining their independence.
Good Neighbor Village was founded in 1987 by several local families who had children with intellectual disabilities. These parents wanted to create a residential community where their children could thrive with the appropriate support programs. Since that time, Good Neighbor Village has grown into a nurturing and supportive community that meets both the physical and intellectual needs of our residents.
Everything we do is guided by our mission to help and support our residents, but we also understand the important role that families play in the lives of our residents. That is why we work closely with families to make residency at Good Neighbor Village as enjoyable and rewarding as possible. Many of our board members have raised a child with intellectual disabilities and their personal experiences have prepared them to help. We look forward to the opportunity to support your family as your family members learns to be, to the extent of their abilities, as independent as possible.