Wiregrass Rehabilitation Center, Inc. (WRC) is a non-profit organization governed by 14-member Board of Directors. WRC currently serves a 10-county area in Southeast Alabama. WRC plays a vital role in the economic life within the communities served by paying individuals for work performed in an “earn while you learn” training approach. WRC assists individuals with disabilities in locating jobs within their communities.
The twenty-three-acre site with over 100,000 square feet of enclosed building space is owned by the Dothan Rotary Children’s Foundation which also supports the capital needs of WRC.
“To increase the employment of individuals with vocational barriers by building strong partnerships with community partners, governmental entities, and private employers.”
“That all persons with vocational barriers have a career path and employment choices.”
Wiregrass Rehabilitation Center, Inc. is committed to safety, inclusion, community collaboration, and perseverance.
Safety – practicing safe behaviors in everything we do and speaking up to ensure the safety of others. Always putting safety first.
Inclusion – providing equal access and opportunities to people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalized.
Community Collaboration – bringing individuals, agencies, organizations, and community members together to enhance employment opportunities for individuals with vocational barriers.
Perseverance – striving to do or achieve something even when it is difficult or takes a long time.
“What a difference a job makes.”