We make a living by what we get, but a life by what we give.
RT is a 501(c)3 non-profit provider of services for people with disabilities through our mission of helping people achieve personal success by developing skills to confidently work, interact, and thrive in the community. We impact lives every day through life enrichment opportunities, promoting inclusion, preparing people for employment and providing on the job supports to school-aged students through aging adults.
RT Industries supports over 300 adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and over 40 school-aged students each year within Miami and neighboring counties. Our services are unique to each person's interests and what they desire to achieve!
RT Industries promotes community membership and connection. We believe that people are generally happier when they are among others. Our goal is to help a person attain and maintain his or her maximum potential through a variety of supports that we offer.
We have over 80 partnerships with local businesses! These relationships are mutually beneficial by helping businesses with recruitment and retention of employees AND we are able to secure employment for people. We match people based on personal strengths and the employer's needs. Check out the Employment Discovery page for testimonies from local businesses!
To learn more about our services, please click on the specific service in the vertical menu option. If you have questions, check out our contacts page or give us a call at (937) 335-5784! We look forward to hearing from you.
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Ashley Brocious, CEO
"My job coach helps me with what I need to know and what I need to do for my job. You all [Employment Services] show me how to get through a lot of things I am not used to. You all are very supportive and always available when I need help or just a little question." - Taylor H
“When we recycle, we work together and work as a team. Justin (Employment Discovery Specialist) helps us. I think it’s a good program.”
"Nathan has overcome his previous struggles with riding transportation. He is now ready to go when picked up in the morning and happily tells everyone “Bye-bye” when dropped off in the afternoon." Carol (parent/guardian)
"My mom wanted me to come to RT because it is a good place. I have stuck around all these years because they take me out to do the things I love. I get to see my friends, go out to eat, go shopping, get coffee, go bowling, and go to Hobby Lobby to make my crafts. Staff help me go anywhere I tell them."