TUNKHANNOCK — Companies in Wyoming County have reached out to help clients affected by the closing a United Rehabilitation Services.
The facility with locations in Hazleton, Wilkes-Barre, and Tunkhannock announced Wednesday that it’s closing in June because of cuts in government funding.
URS provides work and activities to people with disabilities.
The manager of URS in Tunkhannock tells us she’s had companies willing to provide work to some of the 45 people affected there.
A county commissioner is also working with county agencies to help those who are losing their job.
“They had a place to go, a place to work and they felt like they were members of this community. I want to make that happen again for them,” said Wyoming County Commissioner Ron Williams.
URS is scheduled to close on June 18.