Feather River Opportunity Center (FROC) in Oroville is a production division that performs light industrial assembly and manufacturing; mail preparation and packaging; and confidential document shredding. FROC contracts with a variety of businesses throughout California. Trainees must have the ability to use their hands, and reach with their hands and arms; demonstrate manual dexterity and minimal hand-eye coordination; and perform simple grasping and some fine manipulation (exceptions may apply depending upon the job being performed). FROC workers receive pay based on individual productivity at the prevailing wage regulated by the Dept. of Labor. FROC can accommodate Trainees who use wheelchairs.
The workforce at this 12,000 sq-ft building is capable of a wide range of labor-intensive tasks. An example of a complex task is the installation of a set-screw on the end of a threaded nut. We process each order of 10,500 units within one day, and is regularly performed 2 to 3 times per week. This facility also accepts confidential shredding and sorting paper for the pre-recycling stage. Additional services include all phases of mailing services and document processing.
- Bulk mailing
- Light industrial assembly
- Electronic assembly
- Small package or pallet shrink-wrapping
- Pallet loading
- Temperature-controlled environment for food items
- Loading bay accepts 40′ tractor trailers