Red Rasberry Humanitarian Award Dinner

This year, we honor Mr. Ted and Mrs. Lynn Moll as our 8th Annual Red Rasberry Humanitarian Award Recipients. We will be having a dinner on April 12th to recognize them and all they have done for Regional Rehab and the community.

Your Support can be heard, seen, and felt.

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

speech therapy at no cost

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

join us for our next event

Frog Island Flyers RRC 5K


Join the Frog Island Flyers and support Regional Rehab at the RRC/Frog Island 5k Run/Walk. The run starts at 8 AM at the Mall at Barnes Crossing. The flat, fast course will be timed by Best Times. There will be an interactive race day experience with the RaceJoy App. All participants will receive a free t-shirt, medal, and access to food and snacks after the race.

Can’t make it to the in-person event but still want to support Regional Rehab? There is a virtual run option.

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. 

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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.