Recognizing that uninsured individuals with disabilities in our Colorado community lacked access to rehabilitation services, a group of rehabilitation professionals joined together in early 2015 with the hope to create a clinic where they could volunteer their time and skills to provide care to these patients.
The vision of Rehabilitation Services Volunteer Project (RSVP) is a community in which people with disabilities lead lives of maximum independence, inclusion, and meaning. Recognizing that rehabilitation can contribute to this outcome, our mission is to provide outpatient services and medical equipment to people who lack access to these services.
After obtaining 501(c)(3) nonprofit status and receiving an angel donation from the Lanig Family Fund, the clinic opened its doors on April 2, 2017.
"It is wonderful to see providers and volunteers from care settings across Colorado provide such outstanding care for our patients!"
— Jeff Berliner, DO co-founder of RSVP
What's coming next?
After over a year of coordinating a monthly clinic, RSVP plans to expand our offering going forward:
Add additional clinic sites: We continue to discuss options with community organizations across the country and internationally to look towards the possibility of opening additional RSVP clinic sites.
See additional rehab diagnoses: Considering adding other specialized rehab diagnoses.
Meet The Team
We are a multi-disciplinary, coordinated team of healthcare professionals committed to providing high quality rehabilitative care that is comprehensive, compassionate, and community-oriented.