“One of the most important things you can do on this earth is to let people know they are not alone.” – Shannon L. Alder

We are thinking of you in this time of uncertainty, and are here for you and your family. We will stand together during this time to remain a community and support one another. If Regional Rehab can do anything for you, please contact us!

Your Support can be heard, seen, and felt.

Planned giving is another way you can go above and beyond for those in need.

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dyslexia therapy at no cost

audiology therapy at no cost

Early intervention therapy at no cost

physical therapy at no cost

occupational therapy at no cost

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Road to Hope Golf Tournament

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September 13th is the 23rd Annual Road to Hope Golf Tournament at Old Waverly Golf Course in West Point, MS. Two flights on September 13th with one starting at 8:30am and the other at 1:30 pm. On September 12th there is a reception at Mr. and Mrs. Elmore’s home at Old Waverly that begins at 6:00pm.

When it comes to pushing the envelope, we at the RRC firmly believe in pressing through and pressing forward. We have seen our patients defy the odds with both effort and outcomes. The choice to start therapy is the choice to believe that change is possible. We have built a model that requires nothing more than effort and commitment from our patients, we do not charge for therapy; have no sliding scale fee, or socio-economic requirement. By visiting us, our patients are choosing to make the turn from need to reality. 

17000
Mississippi Kids at risk of developmental delays
1000
amount RRC charges for services
10
Counties serviced in 2020
40000
Services provided

RRC success story

Hard work pays off.

Greg is an Army veteran and a Tupelo native since 1996. In April of 2018, he had a massive stroke that was devastating to his life. He was completely reliant on his parents and other family members.

When Greg started therapy at RRC only seven months ago, he was bound to a wheelchair and had limited mobility. For the first month in physical therapy (PT) and occupational therapy (OT), all he had his therapist work on was the simple task of tapping his left foot. As he continued, he worked on regaining the functions of his daily life in OT. Karri his PT, and Gretchen, his OT work very diligently with Greg every week.

His progress has been so remarkable and a testament to his hard work and the work of his therapists. In March of this year, he was able to move out of his parent’s house and live completely independent. Greg loves taking long walks, cooking, and watching sports! His goal is to live life like he used to and with RRC’s help, he will get so much closer to his goal.