Midland Children’s Rehabilitation Center (MCRC) is a non-profit organization providing occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, and services for Dyslexia. They also offer several enrichment programs that include aquatics, hippotherapy, open gym, POWER, Unlimited Dance Company, and We are the World Camp. Camp is held in the summer for five week-long sessions as well as in the winter and spring for shorter sessions, consisting of one or two days.
The Center was started in 1956 and is the only facility serving primarily infants through 22 years of age.
The mission of MCRC is to change the lives of children by providing neurological and orthopedic therapy, in a compassionate environment, regardless of a family’s ability to pay.
They provide these services at little or no cost to the families. To date the Center has never charged for services and relies on the generosity of the community to be able to do so.
To begin services with MCRC, contact your physician. You will need a referral for therapy. Once you have a referral, the parent or primary caregiver can contact MCRC to request intake paperwork and an evaluation. I have been told it may take several months to get an evaluation so I want to stress the importance of getting a referral as soon as possible to begin the process.
Complete Intake Package paperwork can be found here. It is 16 pages, to be filled out by hand and mailed or returned directly to the MCRC office. Call MCRC directly with any questions you have at (432) 498-2053.
Speech Intake Package paperwork can be found here. It is 25 pages, to be filled out by hand and mailed ore returned directly to the MCRC office.
You may contact MCRC directly with any questions you have at (432) 498-2053.