The Beginning

The Wray Rehabilitation & Activities Center opened its doors on April 1, 1992 – a 2.4 million dollar, 29,000 square foot facility, built with money raised through fundraisers, private donations, and grants. Since then, the center has earned local, state, and national recognition such as “All-America City,” the Joel A. H. Webb Award for Excellence in Health Care given by Colorado’s El Pomar Foundation. The Center was selected by the National Governors Association for case studies of innovative programs in a rural area. The WRAC provides services and programs for people of all ages with various physical abilities. The facility has a vast service area of nearly 12,000 individuals, serving all of Northeast Colorado. There is no other facility like ours between Greeley and North Platte (Nebraska).

Mission Statement

“Providing Opportunities to improve the Health of Our Community”
Wray Rehabilitation and Activities Center is an 501(c)3 non-profit exercise and restorative health facility, located in northeast Colorado. Our mission is to improve and maintain the physical, mental and social health of people of all ages. The WRAC is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Goal Statement

To nurture a healthy lifestyle through exercise and education; promote positive social interaction of all ages; supplement the services offered by the hospital and the medical community; and support wellness and effective stress management.

Vision Statement

To sustain a center that is self-supporting with memberships that are affordable. Our employees and volunteers are the source of our strength and the service we provide is the result of our combined efforts.

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Meet our Team

Matt Whetzel, Executive Director

Sherry Parrish, Director of Operations

Dana Hoff, Director of Finance/Administration

Jocelyn Doddridge, Director of Programs

Cathy Walp, Grant Writer/Financial Asst

Joseph “Beanie” Prentice, Director of Maintenance








The Wray Rehabilitation & Activities Center Board of Directors is comprised of nine (9) individuals with various skill sets that complement one another and provide great support and leadership. The Board provides guidance to the Executive Director, physical support and financial support to the center, promotes a positive image to the community. This group of men and women are truly dedicated to the WRAC and give immensely throughout the year.