• 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.

  • Due to recent guidelines as a result of the COVID19 pandemic, Road to Responsibility has decided to host our first ever virtual gala this Fall. Please stay tuned for further details and save the date for Thursday, September 24th. If you are interested to get involved, contact Erin Cohen at

  • Due to the COVID19 pandemic, Falmouth Road Race has decided to operate virtually. The 48th running of the iconic race will be celebrated this year as an “At-Home Edition”. We are so grateful to have had an overwhelming response of support from our runners on this year’s team! If you are interested in joining us, please reach out! We have one bib left!

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

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Budget Proposal Hurts Residential Services

GateHouse News Service Posted Mar 03, 2010 @ 10:00 AM Marshfield — To the Editor: I’m not sure you’ve noticed, but we are on the verge of appropriating homelessness for persons with developmental disabilities here in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts through the state budget process! If you didn’t notice,...

Life Lessons, just below the surface

  By Kristi Funderburk Rick Skinner checks for his sunscreen, asks if his lunch is on board, wonders if the fish are biting today. Rob Lever, his captain on this special one-day fishing trip, takes the inventory and assures him everything is ready. “Don’t worry about anything today,” Lever...

Road To Responsibility hosts Memory Café

Road To Responsibility Inc., a nonprofit supporting adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, held the country’s first integrated Memory Café on May 13. A Memory Café is a place where people with dementia, Alzheimer’s, or other memory changes and their care partners can go to socialize, network and join...