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Productive Partnership

Collaboration with the University at Buffalo results in increased employment opportunities for people with disabilities

Celebrating Champions

TRC Foundation'd annual celebration pats tribute to financial contributors and other champions.

Achieving Distinction

The Resource Center’s manufacturing division achieves certification to ISO 9001:2008 standard.

STARS Grant

Senator Catharine Young helps secure funding for TRC's broad-scale system integration (the "STARS" initiative).

Employment Awards

Kyle Keller and The Home Depot receive State recognition

National Exposure

The Resource Center makes a big impression at Therap National Conference

Seeing STARS

The Resource Center undertakes a broad-scale integration of its service delivery system in order to address each person’s total needs

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The Resource Center’s 2014 Membership Card is now available, offering discounts at local businesses.

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Main Event

Get more information about STARS Capital Campaign

STARS Capital CampaignTRC will formally launch its STARS Capital Campaign during a noontime event Tuesday, April 29.

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STARS Capital Campaign to kick off April 29

The Resource Center, operating for over half a century as Chautauqua County’s leading safety-net provider, is undertaking a broad-scale system integration aimed at improving the health of the community at large. The public is invited to learn more about this innovative project at the official launch of The Resource Center’s STARS Capital Campaign.  The event […]

TRC Annual Meeting and Election set for June 9

As per its by-laws, The Resource Center hereby announces its Annual Meeting and Election will be held Monday, June 9, in its Administrative Offices at 200 Dunham Avenue in Celoron, beginning at 6:00 p.m. All current, active members of TRC are eligible to attend the meeting and to vote in the election and on any […]

TRC, University at Buffalo partner to increase employment opportunities

The Resource Center recently wrapped up a successful partnership with the University at Buffalo that will result in increased employment opportunities for people with disabilities. The Resource Center partnered with The Center for Industrial Effectiveness (TCIE) at UB to reconfigure the ways in which people with disabilities are trained to work on the various machines located […]

Parent support groups to meet in April

Testing accommodations and modifications for students with disabilities will be discussed at the April meetings of Parents for Parents, a monthly support group for family members and care givers of people with special needs. The meetings will be held Wednesday, April 2, at The Resource Center’s administrative offices, 200 Dunham Avenue in Jamestown, and Wednesday, […]

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The Resource Center is Proud to Introduce our STARS Capital Campaign!

The Resource Center’s STARS Capital Campaign results from our longstanding role as a safety-net health care provider in Chautauqua County. Full implementation of the STARS model of care will enable us to provide better, more efficient services at a lower cost while leading to improved results for the thousands of people that we serve. This will enhance TRC’s long-term sustainability and will also reduce the community’s health care costs.

We look forward to partnering with you to help contribute to a healthier community. Please click the link below to learn more!

www.resourcecenter.org/stars

  • Join us on Tuesday, April 29 from 12-1pm at 200 Dunham Avenue, Jamestown NY for the official STARS Capital Campaign Kick Off event!
  • For more information, please contact Heather Brown, Assistant Executive Director at 716.661.1042