Serving 35 municipalities in 16 Counties
The River Valley Regional Commission (RVRC) serves 35 municipalities and county governments in the following 16 counties: Chattahoochee, Clay, Crisp, Dooly, Harris, Macon, Marion, Muscogee, Quitman, Randolph, Schley, Stewart, Sumter, Talbot, Taylor, and Webster. We serve as the federally designated Economic Development District, the Area Agency on Aging and the Workforce Investment Board (for our 8 eastern counties) providing a number of programs and services to the 16-county region.
The mission of the RVRC is to create, promote and foster the orderly growth and economic prosperity for our region.
The vision of the RVRC is to foster a region where current and future generations succeed at home, at work, and in their communities. Our core values are:
- Good Stewardship
Included within the River Valley Regional Commission are the Workforce Investment Act and the Area Agency on Aging.
The RVRC serves as the grant administrator/ recipient on behalf of the Middle Flint Area 15 Workforce Investment Board administering the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) program. The Middle Flint WIA serves the counties of Crisp, Dooly, Macon, Marion, Schley, Sumter, Taylor and Webster counties. The purpose and goal of the program is to provide educational and training opportunities to eligible individuals ages 18 and up to receive knowledge and skills needed for employment, employment retention and self-sufficiency.
The River Valley Area Agency on Aging provides seniors with opportunities to maintain their activity, independence, and dignity through a comprehensive, coordinated system of services and support. The AAA assesses need, advocates for seniors, engages community support, coordinates program funding, and monitors and evaluates the work of service providers to ensure that seniors receive high-quality assistance.