• In 2019, Road to Responsibility lost one of its most revered individuals, John Fortuna. This video contrasts the well-lived life of Mr. Fortuna with the new beginnings of "Jack," a 22-year-old young man with autism, who recently joined RTR.

  • Thank you so much to everyone who helped Make Lives Better last Friday. The night was magical, and helped highlight the incredible work done by RTR and dedicated employees throughout the programs. During the evening, we heard from parent, Laura Shea, about her son Jack and the beginning of his journey at RTR. We saw a moving video about the life and legacy of the Mayor of RTR, John Fortuna.

  • 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.

  • RTR is celebrating 30 years of Making Lives Better. Thank you for supporting our mission and for making lives better! We look forward to continuing to collaborate over the next 30 years!

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