Awards Night

The Resource Center presents the 26th annual Disability Awareness and Recognition Awards

Building Renovations

Improvements to The Resource Center's Carol Cappa Building are well under way, as TRC moves forward with its STARS capital project.

Halloween Fund-Raiser

The Resource Center and The Post-Journal will sell newspapers October 30 to raise money to support people with disabilities.

Everyday Heroes

The Resource Center celebrates its Direct Support Professional workforce

Camp Week

More than 70 individuals with developmental disabilities enjoy opportunity to attend Camp Onyahsa.

Healthy Collaboration

The Resource Center and Lutheran join resources to improve healthcare delivery to special populations

New Board Members

The Resource Center is pleased to introduce the three newest members of its Board of Directors.

National Recognition

TRC earns national award for program that promotes the professional development of its direct support workforce.

STARS Capital Campaign - Donate Now!

STARS Capital Campaign: Contributing to a Healthier Community

Productive Partnership

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

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

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Please consider making a donation to The Resource Center's STARS Capital Campaign. Your partnership will allow us to "contribute to a healthier community." Thank you for your support!

Main Event

Get more information about Work Center Open House

Work Center Open HouseThe Resource Center will hold two open houses to answer questions from individuals with disabilities and their families about the downsizing of TRC's Work Center Programs. The open houses will take place Monday, Oct. 20, at TRC's Mary Andrews Center, 407 East Chestnut Street in Dunkirk, and Tuesday, Oct. 21, at the Michael J. Raymond Center, 75 Jones & Gifford Avenue in Jamestown. Both events will run from 3:00-6:00.

Featured Articles

Mental Illness Recovery

by Ashley Reefer Ashley Reefer is an intern with The Resource Center’s Counseling & Psychiatric Services. She’s a student a Clarion University of Pennsylvania, majoring in Marketing, Management and Human Resources. Ashley won the 2014 Chautauqua Lake Voices competition. She likes to play guitar, record music and post videos to her YouTube channel. Follow her […]

Individuals, families urged to comment on NYS Comprehensive Plan

Friday, October 31, is the deadline for people to submit comments for the New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities to consider as it develops its Statewide Comprehensive Plan for Services. The Statewide Comprehensive Plan for Services will project OPWDD’s five-year plan for implementing the transformational agenda around supporting individuals to enjoy meaningful […]

TRC & The Post-Journal teaming up for fund-raiser Oct. 30

A Halloween tradition returns this year when The Resource Center and The Post-Journal team up to sell newspapers to support people with disabilities. On Thursday, October 30, The Post-Journal will publish its annual “TRC edition” as part of the newspaper’s participation in national “Make a Difference Week.” From 6:00 to 10:00 a.m., volunteers will be […]

Future of TRC’s Work Centers to be discussed

Open House gatherings have been scheduled for next week to discuss what will happen once TRC’s Work Centers limit their operations next year. The Open Houses will be held Monday, October 20, at the Mary Andrews Center on East Chestnut Street in Dunkirk, and Tuesday, October 21, at the Michael J. Raymond Center on Jones […]