Assembly & Packaging
Rolling Hills provides outsourcing for light assembly and sub-assembly, using both automated or manual methods. Our workers with disabilities are eager to learn your specific project requirements – simple or complex. They take pride in knowing that their performance will meet or exceed your finished package standards.
Over 50,000 square feet of production and warehouse space are at your disposal. Truck docks can accommodate four 53-foot trailers. Our central Illinois location is less that 2 hours from Chicago, Dubuque or Quad Cities.
Rolling Hills employs workers with disabilities, but we work to find their abilities. Developmental and supportive training is vital for the individual to improve or advance an extent of personal skills. Our work program provides dignity and respect as the individuals we serve help themselves and their families.
Rolling Hills Progress Center offers quality outsource contracting. We are organized with a two-fold purpose: providing services to a diversity of customers in the United States, and to our local client workers with developmental disabilities.
Rolling Hills has been a private non-profit business since 1975. We believe that persons with disabilities can develop unlimited potential from meaningful vocational, educational and social training provided at the Center. Our workers want what everyone wants… the chance to contribute to their family, their community and to enrich their own lives through productive work. Rolling Hills Progress Center gives them that opportunity.
Recent Success Stories
November Worker of the Month
Gary Vesperman of Savanna was awarded the Worker of the Month for November!Gary was chosen for his friendly demeanor, steady work performance and ...Continue Reading
October Worker of the Month
Tim Bell of Savanna was selected by RHPC staff as Worker of the Month for October.Staff selected Tim based on the following qualities:He is ...Continue Reading
Eric’s Celebration of Life
Long time client worker Eric Challenger died suddenly in early September. Eric had been part of the RHPC family for 25 years and was known for his g...Continue Reading
“Lois Nelson was the DT Director at RHPC from 1980 until her passing in 2002. Each year her family sponsors a memorial walk with part of the proce...Continue Reading
September Worker of the Month
Tasha Randecker was selected by RHPC staff as Worker of the Month for September. Staff like Tasha's serious work attitude, versatility on jobs, great ...Continue Reading
August Worker of the Month
Brian Wagand was selected by RHPC staff as Worker of the Month for August.Brian demonstrates these skills and strengths which led to his selection...Continue Reading
A night out at the ballbark
Staff, clients and families attended a fun and relaxing night at the Clinton Lumberkings on Friday, August 10. We wanted a less hectic and closer...Continue Reading
Rolling Hills said “Goodbye”
Rolling Hills said “goodbye” to Ann Lower after over 30 years of participation at RHPC on August 8. We wish her the best in her new endeavors. ...Continue Reading
July Worker of the Month
Justin Rice was awarded the Worker of the Month award for July. Staff considered the following when selecting Justin for the award:He has a fant...Continue Reading
June Worker of the Month
Becky Schuler was awarded the Worker of the Month award for June.Becky is a long time worker at RHPC (started in the early ‘90s) and has shown m...Continue Reading
Facility Virtual Tour
Financial self-sufficiency is a primary objective of Rolling Hills Progress Center as a private non-profit business. A major portion of our operating income is generated through contract business services but that does not cover all necessary operating expenses. Attractive giving opportunities for individuals and organizations are now available online.