ADRS | Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services
The Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services ( #ADRS ) is a state agency that is unique in the nation for providing assistance to children and adults with disabilities through a seamless system of service delivery.
Created by the Alabama Legislature in 1994, the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services (ADRS) is the state agency that serves people with disabilities from birth to old age through a “continuum of services.”
The greatest challenge to the design was “No Compromise” when still having to deal with a ever dwindling budget for community services. The Milberger Architectural Group was able to keep project costs 15% below the regional average and still create a facility that is a leader in Rehab.
Services are provided through 25 community offices, reaching residents in all 67 counties.
ADRS is comprised of five major programs:
Alabama’s Early Intervention System, Children’s Rehabilitation Service, Vocational Rehabilitation Service, Business Relations Program and State of Alabama Independent Living/Homebound Services.
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