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 Stroke Recovery Center’s 35th Annual Winter Wonderland Ball: A Night at the Copa

Client Profiles

  • Ruth Picone

     Ruth Picone

    “You’ve Got to Try Harder”

    Idle is not a word that has ever been used to describe Ruth Picone. In fact, it had always been hard to stop the Rochester, New York native from keeping busy.

    in Client Profiles

Jackie Lee's Thrift Shop

  • This Week's Specials
    This Week's Specials

    Jackie Lee's Thrift Shop is a great place to find treasures and useful items any time of year, and we’re always happy to accept your gently loved items as donations. Thrift Shop sales go directly to the Stroke Recovery Center to help support stroke and TBI survivors and their families. Donations of clean, serviceable and complete items are gladly accepted. Your resalable donations may be tax-deductable.


    For larger quantities and items, pick-up service is available in the greater Coachella Valley. Please call Al Brummett at 760-323-7676 ext. 122 for scheduling.


From the CEO

  • Partnership with IEHP (Inland Empire Health Plan) to Provide Services to their Patients who have a CVA
    Partnership with IEHP (Inland Empire Health Plan) to Provide Services to their Patients who have a CVA Even as the new Affordable Healthcare Act falls into place, there remains the lack of coverage for ongoing therapies for stroke, traumatic brain injuries and other chronic neurological problems. We continue to see limited Physical Therapy and Speech Therapy if warranted covered on a limited basis, while here at the Stroke Recovery Center we continue to see improvement in health outcomes for years after the onset of stroke or TBI.  We have observed over the years that we are able to add strength, flexibility, mobility and communication abilities long after other health professionals have given up.

SRC News

  • New Exercise Facility to open at SRC!
    New Exercise Facility to open at SRC!

    Clarice and Luhr Jensen Exercise Therapy Facility

    May 1, 2014

    This state-of-the-art exercise and therapy facility will be constructed at the existing Stroke Recovery Center campus, and will support the Stroke Recovery Center's core mission while accommodating future growth. The 2,900 square-foot building, while not fully funded as yet — has attracted many generous private donations, and is seeking partners to complete the expansion by the end of 2014.

    “Our facility will be one of the most modern in the Coachella Valley, and represents our continued commitment to providing challenged patients with the finest services and programs possible,” says Beverly Greer, CEO of Stroke Recovery Center. “More than half of the current donations have come from patients and their families, and this incredible generosity makes it possible for recovery in a quality environment with the latest equipment and technology available.”