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Based in Minot, N.D .Rehab Services Inc. was started in 1988 to provide supported employment services in the Minot community for persons with disabilities. It offers programs such as Brooklyn flats, community service, employment program, recovery house, recoveree connection, restore, space creators, the Wellington assisted living, soft skills and work incentives and planning assistance. The agency has a thrift store, services for offenders, residential services for people in treatment, and statewide programs for people in recovery and a statewide program for people on SSI or SSDI. Rehab Services Inc. is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (701) 837-9584

Phone: (701) 837-9587

Phone: (701) 838-5125

Phone: (701) 838-2621

Primary Phone: (701) 838-2621

Primary Phone: (701) 837-9584

Fax: (701) 838-2621

Fax: (701) 839-4240

Fax: (701) 839-9751

TollFree: (800) 258-8132

Toll Free: (800) 258-8132

Services/Products
  • Disabled Services
Payment method
amex, discover, visa, all major credit cards, mastercard
AKA

Community Service Program-rehab Services

RSI Rehab Services Inc.

Categories
Developmentally Disabled & Special Needs Services & Products, Social Service Organizations, Drug Abuse & Addiction Centers
Other Information

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Parking: Lot

Services: Disabled Services

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Jane F.

06/02/2014

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I shopped at their thrift store on 2 separate occasions and both times a man kept trying the doorknob on the dressing room without knocking even though it was obvious the dressing room was occupied by a woman. I would call out in a stern voice about knocking. He would respond that he didn't need to knock.

This would happen several times well I was in the changing room with my cloths off.

This second time I discovered he was not only an employee but a manger!

It stuns me that a company that has been given such absolute trust and power over vulnerable adults and children ( developmentally disabled children, recovering addict adults, ect) would have such a person in their employ at all, but in a management capacity with the public where he can openly practice voyersimin is inexcusable.

I am very concerned for the welfare any vulnerable adults or children in the custody of RSI.

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