Treating People Like People.
RCC was formed in 2008, by our Owner/President Tony Mitchell. Tony began his career in our field in 2001 by working for the Warren County Board of DD. Over the next seven years at WCBDD Tony gained valuable experience through being a Community Employment Supervisor as well as an Assistant Adult Services Director. On 6/15/2008 RCC began providing Residential services to individuals in Warren County. Over the next several years RCC began providing additional services in Transportation, Vocational Habilitation, and Day Habilitation.
At Residential Community Care, it is our mission to provide the means to an independent life for individuals with developmental disabilities. We strive to teach the necessary skills for our individuals to become as independent as possible with staff that shows true compassion and dedication in their well-being. We ensure a safe and enjoyable learning environment, whether it be in a home environment or at our vocational setting.
With experience on the Warren County Board of Developmental Disabilities in Ohio, Tony Mitchell recognized the growing need for residential services and vocational training for individuals with developmental disabilities. With Warren County being one of the fastest growing counties in Ohio for developmental disabilities, alongside the growing need for associated services, Tony started Residential Community Care (RCC) in 2008.
RCC quickly grew around its mission to build independence in individuals with disabilities. RCC focuses on building an enjoyable and beneficial experience centered around its individuals with staff that shows true dedication and care to RCC’s mission of supporting these individuals for an independent life. RCC focuses on four service areas: residential services in a home environment, transportation services, its day habilitation program, and its vocational habilitation program, Skidz Reimagined. The combination of these programs provides a robust experience centered around treating people like people.