Media Kit

PARC Fact Sheet

January 2, 2014

Overview

PARC (Pioneer Adult Rehabilitation Center), is a community rehabilitation program (CRP) administered by Davis School District in Clearfield, Utah. 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 choices. Individual support strategies are developed cooperatively with the individual, his/her guardian, and professional staff. The programs at PARC are specifically designed to support people with disabilities in obtaining and maintaining meaningful employment.

PARC is in its 41st year and serves more than 400 clients annually in its four major programs: Employment of Choice, Community Employment Services, Commercial and Government Contracts and has helped start and pilot a national program named Pathways To Careers.

For more information:
Annual Report
PARC History

Management

Robert P. Daniels, Founder and CEO
Ken Naegle, Associate Executive Director
Jim Crosby, Director of Operations
Vickie Calder, Pathways to Careers Program Director

Founded: 1974

Company Type: Private, Non-Profit

Headquarters:

485 PARC Circle
Clearfield, UT 84015
Phone: (801) 402-0950
www.parc-ut.org

Service Footprint:

PARC is located in Davis County, Utah and serves clients along the Wasatch Front; in Tooele County to the West; Brigham City to the North; into South Salt Lake County. PARC is passionately dedicated in supporting our Nation’s Armed Forces and other Government agencies through procurement, development and highly specialized military special force kits.

PARC Pallet Grand Prix

A unique annual fundraiser that takes place at the Layton Hills Mall parking lot. Sponsors take a wooden shipping pallet and turn it into a racing machine. An individual with disabilities is the driver (no steering – just rides) and the engines consist of two individual that push the machine in a 50-yard sprint competing against another team in a drag race. The event is a double elimination heat style bracket that gives fun and opportunity for our sponsors to show their ingenuity in design and engineering and their desire to compete for a good cause. [read more]