The Red Rock Center for Independence mission is to empower people with disabilities in southwestern Utah to live independently through education, personalized services, and technology.
Resources, services and programs are focused on successfully responding to and meeting the needs of consumers
Consumers, community and staff recognize, understand and respect the professional services and mission of the RRCI
Staff and consumers actively participate in training and education and demonstrate values of integrity, empathy, compassion and engagement
People with disabilities will have and exercise the same rights as everyone else
The Center provides two types of advocacy. Individual Advocacy involves staff members working with an individual to access services from other agencies. Systems Advocacy involves staff members initiating changes in various local, regional, and state systems making it easier for people with disabilities to live independently.
Equipment is purchased for individuals with disabilities through Utah State Office of Rehabilitation (USOR) to increase their independence at home and in the community. Assistive Technology is a service for individuals in need, who meet financial eligibility criteria for the services.
Independent Living Skills Training
RRCI provides training for people with disabilities to enhance or develop skills that can assure independent living opportunities.
Information and Referral
RRCI provides information and referral to anyone in the community needing to find specific programs and services.
The loan bank of equipment has been donated to the center to help community members in need.
Nursing Home Transition
Do you want to get out of a nursing home? Do you want to avoid going into one? We may be able to help.
Older Blind Program
The goal of the Older Blind Program is to help consumers with visual impairments become or remain independent.
A person with a disability, who is new to Independent Living or needs additional support, is connected with an individual who has experienced barriers in living independently with a disability and has been able to overcome similar barriers.
Youth with disabilities between the ages of 4 and 24 are invited to participate in social and leadership activities.