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1970's

 
 
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  •  The agency develops into a multi-faceted rehabilitation facility and changes its name from OTC to South Shore Rehabilitation Center (SSRC). SSRC has 60 clients and a budget of $200,000 earned largely from state agencies through fees for service.
 
  • CREWS. one of the first programs in the country to provide supported-employment (community based work) to persons with severe disabilities, assigns its first 14 clients to Howard Johnson's National Headquarters in Quincy, Massachusetts.
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1973-1975
  • Massachusetts de institutionalizes mentally retarded citizens. SSRC is approached by the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health and asked to establish one of the first residences' for persons with mental retardation. The Greenleaf Street residence is the second such facility opened in the state.
 
  • SSRC maintains its strong business orientation. supplying industrial subcontract work to over 20 workshops in addition to its own.
  • SSRC and 110 clients relocate to the current 40,000 square foot facility in North Quincy. The move is funded by a grant from the Permanent Charities Foundation (now the Boston Foundation).
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1978
  • WORK. Inc. a separate not-for-profit corporation previously established by SSRC, becomes the legal sponsor of SSRC and its programs. The 13-year sponsorship by the South Shore Mental Health Association is ended and SSRC, now WORK Inc. becomes a fully independent agency.
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1979-1980
  •  WORK. Inc. is one of the first vocational rehabilitation agencies in New England to receive national accreditation when it undergoes an extensive on-site examination and is recognized by: Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. Janitorial CREWS service begins with WORK. Inc.’s first federal contract. The contract which the agency still retains is set aside by the Committee for Purchase from the Blind and Other Severely Handicapped (CPBOSH) and received through the National Industries for the Severely Handicapped (NISH). It provides employment in army reserve centers for five workers with severe disabilities.
 
  •  Braintree Work Center is established to train and employ people who are in the process of being discharged from mental health institutions.
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