The annual Rehabilitation and Transition Conference serves as a catalyst for positive change and collaboration between community rehabilitation providers, educators and university programs, business, state and local government, advocacy organizations, and social service agencies, all of whom have a strong commitment to helping Wisconsin’s most vulnerable citizens achieve independence and meaningful employment.
Wisconsin's Rest Area Maintenance (RAM)
Wisconsin's Rest Area Maintenance (RAM) Program has been in existence since 1987. The Program consists of 128 roadside sites in 39 counties in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) owns these sites and acts as the program administrator. WisDOT contracts with Rehabilitation for Wisconsin, Inc. (RFW) to provide program management services. WisDOT also contracts with 23 Community Rehabilitation Programs (CRPs) to provide the custodial care and landscape maintenance services at these roadside sites.