• We provide quality supports to the Individuals we serve with a strong team of dedicated Direct Care, Nursing, Administrative, Management, and Skilled Professionals. Team work and diversity are core values that are proudly reflected within the RTR family. Employees of RTR can take advantage of paid trainings/certifications, college tuition programs, comprehensive benefits, paid time off, and career growth within.

  • We are proud to announce that our 32nd annual (and first virtual) Making Lives Better Gala, held on Thursday, September 24, surpassed our expectations for a virtual event! The virtual format featured the familiar face of Hingham resident Michael Page, who has been emceeing our event for the last several years, and a video highlighting the importance of our job placement program.We are so grateful for all of the support and donations we received. Thank you to our sponsors and supporters that contributed to this year's gala, helping us raise much needed funds to support our mission to Make Lives Better!

  • During this year's virtual gala, we highlighted the importance of our job placement program, and pointed out that many of our individuals continued in their roles throughout the height of the pandemic.

  • Thank you to our volunteer groups who help us with so many needed projects. To learn more, click Volunteer Info.

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