Creating Innovative and Genuine Opportunities for People with Disabilities or Disadvantages to Support Their Community Participation
MRCI Awarded Grant from Otto Bremer Foundation
MRCI Accepted $60,000 from the Otto Bremer Foundation to Support the Client Directed Services Program. Click here for more information.
MRCI Receives Wellness Program Award
MRCI recently received the Workplace Wellness Award from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of MN. Click here for more information.
Several Support Staff Openings at MRCI Metro Locations
As our successful programs continue to grow and expand, several support staff openings in Chaska and Rosemount have become available.
Candy Sales double for MRCI subsidiary Quality Products
With a new candy contract, more MRCI Clients are working with candy. Click here to view a local news report on the company's success.
MRCI Accepts Grant from the Otto Bremer Foundation
L to R: President of the MRCI Board of Director Jim Thomas; MRCI CEO Brian Benshoof; MRCI Foundation Board President Mark Cramer; MRCI Foundation Board Secretary/Treasurer Rita Paulsen; MRCI Foundation Director Vickie Apel; Bremer Bank President Brad Peters; and Bremer Bank VP Richard Ringler.
September 10, 2010---Mankato MN. The Otto Bremer Foundation and the MRCI Foundation presented MRCI WorkSource’s Board of Directors and CEO Brian Benshoof with a check for $60,000 in support of MRCI’s Consumer Directed Services program. The grant supports software solutions which will create efficiencies and capacity building for the program and the organization.
Consumer Directed Services is an umbrella of services that supports self-determination by allowing clients to stay at home rather than be institutionalized; clients are able to receive many of the services they need through people they trust such as family members or friends. Working with families to provide in-home services for families of children with disabilities MRCI offers a seamless continuum of support and services for these families as their children transition in vocational rehabilitative services throughout adulthood and into retirement.
MRCI WorkSource is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to create innovative and genuine opportunities for people with disabilities or disadvantages to support their community participation. Founded in 1953, MRCI is a leader in adult vocational rehabilitation programs serving more than 4,000 individuals and their families annually. MRCI has locations in Mankato, St. Peter, Fairmont, New Ulm, Chaska, Shakopee and Rosemount.