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About Us

No one forgotten. No one left behind.


We Love What We Do

As a community, we owe everything to the hard work and dedication of others. That’s why every day we renew our commitment to helping our clients achieve their greatest potential, because we believe that nothing is more fulfilling than seeing our friends, family, and neighbors thrive.

Our History

Rudolph Community and Care was founded in 2011 when cousins Mike and Jeff Rudolph discovered their shared dream of providing the highest quality disability care to those in their community. Their passion for helping those with disabilities began with Jeff’s parents, who provided in home foster care for disabled persons for decades in greater Minnesota. After graduating from college, both Mike and Jeff took on management positions at two separate group homes near the Twin Cities, where they worked for a number of years before setting out on their own. Rudolph Community and Care was then created in partnership with Scott County, MN to help fulfill their need for excellent disability care, and has been a staple of their community ever since.

Mike and Jeff have continued to serve clients in their own homes, providing them with hands on feedback for how best to evolve RCC’s practices to fit the needs of those with disabilties in their community. 

Change never happens at the pace we think it should. It happens over years of people joining together, strategizing, sharing, and pulling all the levers they possibly can. Gradually, excruciatingly slowly, things start to happen, and then suddenly, seemingly out of the blue, something will tip

— Judith Heumann, Being Heumann: An Unrepentant Memoir of a Disability Rights Activist

Who We Are

Dawn is the finance director for RCC. She has been with us for just over 6 years. Dawn focuses on payroll and also has a hand in accounts payable, accounts receivable and billing. She wanted to be out of the corporate rush and we are lucky she found RCC! She enjoys the “people helping people” atmosphere. She enjoys when she gets to interact with fellow staff and our persons served. When she is not at work she loves to cruise around in her mustang with her husband. She enjoys cooking and is the head cook for family gatherings. Her favorite season is summer as she enjoys the warm weather and planting flowers.

Jose is a senior program director with RCC. He oversees 4 of our programs. He is known to crack a lot of jokes and for keeping people on their toes. Jose has been with RCC for 8 years. He likes being a part of a team that helps people be their best. He also loves to help new employees learn the ropes and look for advancement opportunities for the staff he supervises.  He has held many roles in the eight years he has been with us. He likes to spend time with his son, cook and BBQ. Outside of work, his passion to help others shows as he is often found helping people with projects. 

Tania has been an HR Generalist at RCC for just over 2 years. She is involved in the recruiting of our new team members. She works closely with the program department in keeping schedules filled and up to date. She loves helping the people we serve and meeting all the new team members. She appreciates that no 2 days are ever the same! In her free time, she loves to spend time with her dog Sophie, and her husband. Together they enjoy BBQing. Her favorite food is steak and brisket. She likes to spend time outside, hang out with her family, and travel when she has time.

Hayley is Intake Director/Health and Wellness Coordinator. Hayley started with RCC in 2015 as a Direct Support Staff. Since then, she has held many roles including program coordinator, program manager and program director. In her current role, Hayley works directly with our persons served and staff while she assists in making appointments for our clients and ensuring their medical meets are met. As the intake director, Hayley is the first point of contact for families and outside agencies that are looking for placement. Outside of work, Hayley enjoys hanging out with her niece, Raina, friends and family. Her favorite part of the job is connecting with people and helping plan the RCC parties!

Bob is a member of the maintenance department at RCC. He has been with RCC for 2 ½ years. The maintenance team at RCC is responsible for the upkeep of each of our homes. Bob likes to be able to come up with solutions for difficult scenarios in the homes, and knowing that he is helping our persons served. Being able to be a part of making peoples lives more accessible is important to him. The maintenance team is also in charge of keeping the driveways clean and safe all winter. Outside of work Bob enjoys hunting, fishing, sports, playing hockey and hanging out with his family and friends.

Welcome to Our Family!

Now that you’ve gotten to know us, we would love to know more about you and how we can work together to create a better tomorrow.