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Public Safety

WWRC Police Department supports the rehabilitative process through the maintenance of a peaceful and orderly community and through the provision of general and emergency services.  Read more about safety at WWRC.

Residential Services

iconWWRC Health Clinic
The WWRC Health Clinic is open Monday – Friday 6am-10pm and Saturdays and Sunday from 9am – 5pm. Appointment with our Physician Assistant are provided by appointment.
Emergency services are available 24 hours a day through our community partners.

The WWRC Dining Hall serves a variety of fresh, healthy foods every day.  In addition, a snack bar is open during the evening hours.  Drink and snack machines are located throughout the campus. 

iconWWRC Mail Room
The WWRC Mail Room provides United States Postal Services (USPS) to WWRC clients.

iconBanking Services
WWRC offers cashier and banking services for WWRC clients.

iconLaundry Facilities
Clients have access to free laundry services on campus.

You can read more about these services in the  WWRC Client Handbook

Contact Information

Email: Residential Services
Phone: 800-345-9972, Ext. 5403327443 or 540-332-7443 | TTY 800-811-7893

Client Handbook

handbook iconWWRC offers a unique environment where clients from diverse backgrounds and experiences live, learn, and work together in order to achieve personal, employment, and independent living goals.  WWRC clients are expected to obey state and federal laws as well as abide by WWRC regulations.  Specific rules, regulations, and standards of conduct are contained in the WWRC Client Handbook and are covered extensively in the New Student Orientation required for all enrolled clients.

Behavioral Health Services

Behavioral Health Services Clinicians and Behavioral Specialists function as part of the WWRC Rehabilitation Team to assist clients in achieving their optimal level of independence in community living. Learn more about Behavioral Health Services.

Interpretation Services

Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center offers a variety of interpreting services. Click here to find out more about these services. Learn more about Interpretation Services.

Residency Options

WWRC offers three residency options:

  • Dormitories
    The majority of WWRC clients live in either Barnett or Carter-Ashley Halls.  Each dormitory suite consists of three or four bedrooms with shared bath.  Clients may have a roommate depending upon enrollment at their time of admission.  Clients are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of their personal living space and have assigned responsibilities for maintaining their shared facilities.  photo of camera equipmentCleaning equipment and supplies are made available in a utility closet in the common area. Wireless Internet access is available in the lobbies of both dormitories.
  • Transitional Living Cottages
    Clients who are nearing the end of their vocational training program and are ready to transition back to the community may apply to live in one of WWRC’s five transitional cottages.  Cottage living provides those that have never lived on their own experience in maintaining their home, shopping, and cooking their own meals.  Space is limited and is on a first come, first served basis for eligible candidates.

Contact Information

Email: Residential Services
Phone: 800-345-9972, Ext. 5403327443 or 540-332-7443 | TTY 800-811-7893

Recreation Services

WWRC recreation staff promote leisure and recreation experiences as valuable dimensions of health and wellness as these apply to vocational readiness. Structured and unstructured activities are designed to offer all clients the opportunity to become involved.  Learn more about recreation opportunities.

Media Center

photo of headphonesThe Media Center houses computers, printers, books, and more for clients to access during their residency at WWRC.  Learn more about special resources and events.

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