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The SOURCE Welcomes Rose Medical to its Employer Network

Updated: Mar 8

Grand Rapids, Mich., March 1, 2024—The SOURCE has added Rose Medical to its employer network, bringing the total number of companies in the network to 27.

“We are thrilled to welcome Rose Medical, and their employees, to our network and look forward to helping the team achieve their goals,” said Joyce Rohrer, The SOURCE’s Director of Business and Community Engagement. “We know our unique model has tremendous positive impact for workers, and it’s exciting to see more employers recognize and value the services The SOURCE brings to their employees. The collective voice and impact of The SOURCE employer network continues to grow, with our services now available to 10,000 people across our community.”

The SOURCE was founded 20 years ago by a consortium of southwest Grand Rapids employers who came together to better support their employees. The organization has since grown to serve more than 1,000 people annually across 27 employers in Kent, Ottawa, and Muskegon counties.

“We are excited to bring The SOURCE’s specialized services to our team,” said Cortney Welz, HR Manager at Rose Medical. “Their visionary approach to employee well-being aligns directly with our commitment to creating an environment where our people can thrive. We especially appreciate The SOURCE’s unique ability to deliver individualized solutions for our people while also providing our leadership team holistic insights and feedback that will help us shape our employee experience. We are looking forward to a great partnership.”

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About The SOURCE

The SOURCE creates equitable access to opportunities for career growth and improved well-being by stabilizing households, strengthening employment retention, and advocating for changes in community policies to eliminate inequities and systemic barriers to employment. Since its founding in 2003, The SOURCE has grown to serve clients across West Michigan and today partners with many of the region’s most influential employers, philanthropic organizations, and community-based organizations to improve economic well-being for everyone, including many of the most historically underserved populations in West Michigan.


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