VIDEO: STL LIVE – Missouri Association of Rehabilitation Facilities 2 of 2

STL LIVE – Missouri Association of Rehabilitation Facilities 2 of 2

STL LIVE – Missouri Association of Rehabilitation Facilities
HOST: Sarah Thompson
SHOW DATE: February 6, 2018

The Missouri Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, or MARF, helps the disabled in our state move towards independence and out of institutional settings. Here today is Cindy Clark, President & CEO of Emmaus Homes and Vice President of MARF…

Guest: Cindy Clark/ Vice President, Missouri Assoc. of Rehabilitation Facilities

Missouri Associations of Rehabilitation Facilities (MARF)/ enhancing the lives of Missourians with disabilities to live as independently as possible in their own homes and communities – out of institutional settings/ marf.cc

The Missouri Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, or MARF, improves the lives of disabled Missourians by driving public policy, advocating, educating and collaborating with government and the public to keep the disabled out of institutions. MARF works closely to find those living with disabilities housing and employment in their communities. If you are interested in learning more about MARF, visit them online at http://www.marf.cc.

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