Pioneer Adult Rehabilitation Center (PARC) is a Community Rehabilitation Program (CRP) administered by the Davis County School District (DSD) in Clearfield, Utah. PARC provides services to people with disabilities along the Wasatch Front. Programs are supported by a combination of local, state, and federal dollars through a fee-for-service. Private sponsorships are also available on a tuition payment basis.
PARC participants are served based on their personal needs and decisions. Individual support strategies are developed cooperatively with the individual, his/her guardian, and professional staff. The programs at PARC are specifically designed to help people with disabilities who cannot obtain training and employment on their own.
Due to an increase in contracts and clients, PARC expanded again in 1984. A salvaging and packaging satellite was established at the Freeport Center in Clearfield. In addition to sorting and salvaging contracts, PARC began to provide custodial services at Hill Air Force Base. PARC secured the base-wide custodial contract in 1995, which included cleaning over 300 building daily.