Nearly 90 representatives from more than 50 companies around the Southeast recently attended the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System (CAVHCS) Employer Breakfast Summit at Trenholm State Community College in Montgomery. With ADRS as a partner, the summit enabled employers to facilitate a discussion on hiring veterans with different organizations to support their efforts uponContinue reading “VA Employer Summit a success”
U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell, who represents Alabama’s 7th district, toured the Selma CRS office Dec. 12 to visit with CRS families and observe a clinic. Following the clinic visit, she had the opportunity to learn more about ADRS and the services provided through our continuum when she met with Commissioner Jane Elizabeth Burdeshaw.
The Alabama Governor’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities – a program of ADRS – held a ceremony and reception Dec. 6 honoring the success and contributions of individuals with disabilities in the workforce and recognized businesses that provide opportunities for successful employment for people with disabilities. The event was in the Old ArchivesContinue reading “Ceremony awards businesses, exceptional people with disabilities (video, photo gallery)”
Last week, new ADRS facilities in Muscle Shoals and Selma opened their doors to the members of the community. At just over 5,000 square feet, the new home for CRS in the Shoals area offers more clinic space for families at one of the fastest-growing locations in the state. The 12,644-square-foot facility in downtownContinue reading “Muscle Shoals, Selma celebrate opening of new facilities (photo gallery)”