In 2010, WRC Senior Services celebrated its 120th Anniversary of excellence in caring for seniors. We remain focused on our mission of "Providing Choices for Generations" in helping seniors in rural Pennsylvania make the best possible choices related to lifestyle and health care.
WRC originally stood for the Woman's Relief Corp. This volunteer organization formed as an offshoot of the Grand Army of the Republic to care for disabled Civil War veterans, widows and orphans.
At the annual WRC meeting in 1889, former army nurse Kate Scott proposed that a rest home be built in Brookville for this purpose. The Pennsylvania Memorial Home opened the following year - the first community of WRC Senior Services.
Today WRC Senior Services is an integrated family of services. We offer skilled and rehabilitative care, residential living and personal care, and home and community-based services.
WRC Senior Services serves seniors within a 40-mile radius of historic Brookville, Pennsylvania. The close proximity of our communities to each other provides seniors with easy access to all of our services while remaining close to family, friends and personal physicians.
WRC Senior Services employs over 300 professionals to meet the daily and hourly needs of our clients. Staff members are carefully chosen and rigorously trained to deliver our high standard of quality care. Committed to excellence in customer service our employs display WRC PRIDE –
A family of communities and services sharing the same mission, vision and values and driven by the common goal of being The Best Place to Live, The Best Place to Work and financially sound. This is the unique world of WRC Senior Services.