Our story begins in 1883 when the Woman’s Relief Corp formed as a volunteer auxiliary to care for disabled Civil War veterans, widows and orphans of the war. At their annual meeting in Erie, Pennsylvania in 1889, former army nurse Kate Scott proposed that a rest home be opened in Brookville for this purpose. The first community of WRC Senior Services opened the following year.
Since that time, WRC Senior Services has grown to be an integrated family of services, offering skilled and rehabilitative care, residential living, personal care, and home and community-based services at locations in Jefferson, Clarion and Elk counties.
WRC Senior Services has the “not-for-profit” difference, which means our world revolves around you, not around the bottom line. Stop by any of our communities and discover why our residents and their families say “A WRC Senior Services community is the best place to live!” Do you want one of our staff members to contact you? Simply fill out the form below.