Rachel smiles for a photo in between assisting deaf clients of BCFR.

Employee Spotlight: Rachel Weigman

by Laurie Ritter and Natasha Sigoloff Meet Rachel Wiegman, Support Coordinator. Rachel has been with Boone County Family Resources for five and a half years and enjoys meeting with individuals one on one to ensure they have all of the supports that they need to thrive in the community, connect with others, and achieve their […]

BCFR Receives Three-Year Accreditation

In April, Boone County Family Resources received their accreditation survey from CARF International. CARF awarded the maximum three-year accreditation to BCFR for six services including: Community Employment Services (Employment Supports and Job Development) Community Integration Employee Development Services Family Services Service Coordination Supported Living An organization receiving a Three-Year Accreditation has put itself through a […]

Hawaiian-inspired graphic for BCFR annual picnic

Don’t Miss the BCFR Annual Picnic

Grab your favorite Hawaiian shirt and join us for the Boone County Family Resources annual picnic on Thursday, September 27 from 5-7 p.m. at the Leech Pavillion at Bethel Park. Sponsored by the Elks Lodge #594, this event features live music, good food and lots of fun. Visit with your friends and employees from Boone County Family […]

Lindsey, Colton and Casey pose for a picture in front of the iconic columns at the University of Missouri.

Empowered to Succeed

Colton just wrapped up his junior year at the University of Missouri. He’s studying Heath Sciences with an emphasis in Healthcare Administration.  Colton says his own experiences as a patient within the healthcare system lead him in his current academic direction. “I really enjoy helping people and I think I have a lot to offer […]

Bryan smiles at the camera while on duty at his dish washing job. He wears an apron and long rubber gloves while standing at a sink full of suds.

Bryan Finds Success with IPS

Bryan takes great pride in being a reliable employee and getting his work done. For more than 20 years, he worked as a dishwasher for a local business. Unfortunately, budget cuts eliminated Bryan’s position and he needed to start looking for a new job. Because Bryan was motivated to keep working, he was referred by […]