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We help families with special needs children retire comfortably while helping to ensure a meaningful quality of life for their special child.
Commonwealth Community Trust (CCT) is a national nonprofit organization that administers affordable and efficient third-party and self-funded pooled special needs trusts for people with disabilities. Founded in 1990 by parents who have a son or daughter with a disability, CCT has served more than 1,200 Beneficiaries in 31 states. With expertise in benefits protection, the CCT staff provides responsive trust administration services for Beneficiaries and their Advocates in a cost-effective and compassionate manner. Selected by CCT’s Board of Directors, The Trust Company of Virginia, a federal chartered financial institution with trust powers, located in Virginia, manages and invests the funds. Visit CCT’s user-friendly website, www.trustcct.org, for more information, including helpful resources, trust documents (Joinder Agreements and Fee Schedules), and FAQs. CCT trust services are available nationwide.
As the parent of a child with Special Needs, Attorney Patricia C. Van Haren understands the unique needs of parents of special needs children. We are here to help advise you and help you plan when your special needs child is young and on through their adulthood. We are here to advise you and help you plan when your child is reaching the age of majority and will not be able to care for themselves. We understand that every family is unique and that each special needs child is unique. We limit the number of families that we serve on an annual basis so that we can provide the ongoing care that is critical for the lifetime of your special needs child. We also have a network of referral partners, such as Special Education Attorneys, Regional Centers, Support Groups, Placement Assistance and much more.