ReEmployAbility’s Transition2Work participants benefit not-for-profits across the country while in the Transition2Work program. Participants are able to heal from their work-related injury while helping their community’s local not-for-profit – a true win-win! One of the not-for-profits we work with is Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut. We work with Habitat for Humanity across the country […]
Since beginning the Transition2Work® Program in 2007, ReEmployAbility has been fortunate enough to build relationships with over 35,000 nonprofit organizations across the country. One organization that we work with in every state is Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Founded in 1976, Habit for Humanity began as a house building program based on Christian values and serving […]
Georgia Ellyse, a reporter for NBC affiliate KBJR 6 in Duluth, MN, spoke with Transition2Work participant, John Keith about his experience with our program and how much volunteering at the Red Cross and giving back to the community has had a tremendous impact on him.
What’s better than helping thousands of injured workers get back to work quickly while they heal? Also helping to make a positive impact on the community! At ReEmployAbility, we believe in the value of return to work as the single most important factor that will drive success in a workers’ compensation program. That’s why […]