Progressive Adult Rehabilitation Center, Inc. (PARC) mission
is to provide comprehensive rehabilitation services to adults with intellectual
and related disabilities in our community. In fulfilling its mission, PARC strives to promote an environment in
which individuals served are encouraged to make choices, increase skill levels,
have access to opportunities to live, work and fully participate in the
Progressive Adult Rehabilitation Center, Inc. is in need of:
Our history began in 1955 when a group of
parents and other concerned citizens in our community started a pre-school
program to address the lack of services for children with developmental
agency was incorporated in 1956 and established its 501(c)(3) status as a nonprofit organization in 1981.
In consultation with our stakeholders, individuals,
families, staff and the board of directors, the agency legally changed its name
in 2009 to Progressive Adult Rehabilitation Center, Inc. (P.A.R.C.)
We feel that this name more accurately reflects the current
mission and commitment to adults with intellectual and related disabilities in
Employment Program is a community-based, CARF-accredited facility that provides
training and employment opportunities for individuals with intellectual
disabilities. The program is designed to improve work-related behaviors,
increase knowledge and improve productivity. Individuals receive training
and monetary compensation for work performed in the program according with a
Special Wage and Hour Certificate from the U.S. Department of Labor based upon
The workshop operates a Custom Imprinting Shop that offers affordable, quality imprinting services. The shop is open to the public.
Mobile work crews and enclaves provide employment opportunities in janitorial, grounds maintenance and assembly work in a variety of settings in the community.
Individuals with disabilities will increase knowledge in the performance of work related behaviors and productivity, and increase independence in the performance of work in the community.
Employment is a CARF-accredited employment service based upon the philosophy
that persons with moderate and severe challenges can be successfully employed
in the community with the proper training, support and long-term follow along
services to ensure job retention. Through supported employment,
individuals with intellectual challenges can be successfully employed in
competitive jobs in the community. Each individual in supported employment
is encouraged to reach his or her fullest employment potential in the
Osage House is a 12-bedroom, 24-hour residential facility
designed to provide affordable housing, training, support and supervision to
meet the unique needs of individuals with severe intellectual disabilities and severe physical challenges. Osage House provides opportunities for each
individual to engage in, and make use of, community resources and participate in
the community, as would non-disabled adults. Osage House is handicapped
accessible to meet the physical needs of individuals who may have special
physical challenges. The program is designed to improve self-help
skills, community skills and community integration opportunities for each
individual based upon a person-centered individualized plan of care.
Indirect Public Support HelpIndirect public support represents revenue received through solicitation campaigns. This includes funding United Way and other federated fundraising organizations, but does not include donor designated contributions.
Earned Revenue HelpEarned revenue represents income generated in direct exchange for a product or service.Earned income includes income from government contracts.
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