Emergency Contact Information
WWRC uses an Emergency Alert System, commonly knows as SARA (Situation Awareness and Response Assistant), to alert clients, staff, families, visitors, and community partners in the event of an emergency affecting its campus and to provide routine updates regarding the status of the emergency situation. Learn more about Emergency Communications.
Employment & Volunteerism
Learn how to Apply for Employment at WWRC. Volunteers are an integral part of WWRC. They enrich and add vitality to the programs at WWRC. Volunteers serve in many ways depending on their interests, time availability and needs of the WWRC. Find out more about Employment & Volunteerism.
Centers of Excellence
The Woodrow Wilson Rehab Center’s (WWRC) establishment of “Centers of Excellence” is an exemplary service delivery program that has distinguished itself as a niche market for the Center. It promotes innovative service to clients, learning practices and research that establish it as a leader in the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond. Learn more about the Centers of Excellence.
Internships & Fellowships
WWRC offers various Internship and Fellowship opportunities. Learn more about Internships and Fellowships.
Vocational Training Programs are accredited by the postsecondary accreditation body of the COE, while the Code of Ethics provides direction to all WWRC staff in achieving ethical conduct in service provision to clients, business practices, marketing practices, and in upholding the ethics of individual professions. Learn more about the WWRC Profile.
Read about how the Center started, learn more about our past and present Directors, review a checklist of breakthroughs or "firsts" for the Center, and get caught up on our Building and Center dedications. Learn more about WWRC History.
Get detailed directions to the Center and learn about our "by request" tours. Learn more about Tours and Directions.
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