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About the wheelchair accessible RPG Bus

The RPG Bus brings fun group music and game activities to you!

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Information for events, parties, & birthdays

Information about our non-profit community programs

Learn More About the RPG Bus

Learn More About RPG Research

Learn More About the RPG Organization

Research shows that role-playing gaming provides an exceptional number of benefits.

The RPG Bus, through the non-profit 501(c)3 organization RPG Research community services & research programs, and the for-profit RPG Therapeutics LLC educational, therapeutic, and entertainment services, provide music and recreation opportunities.

Interested in scheduling the RPG Bus to come by your location? Contact us to schedule the RPG Bus or RPG Trailer in your area.

RPG Therapeutics LLC provides educational, therapeutic, entertainment, and professional services. Using evidence-based and theory-based research supporting the development develop and implemention of effective programs for our clients.

The RPG Bus is a wheelchair accessible mobile facility provided by Hawke Robinson to help increase the reach of of RPG Therapeutics to deliver services throughout the USA.

For educational or therapeutic services, see the RPG Therapeutics LLC website and schedule a consultation or use the offered bundles services, and sign up for RPG Education online courses.

For entertainment services, such as role-playing game sessions, music sessions like drum circles, or role-playing game parties, see our online catalog for various bundled packages and schedule a session (or RPG party), or contact us for a custom session.

20% of all profits go to support the resarch and communiy programs by non-profit 501(c)3 human services research and community services organization RPG Research.

The RPG Bus is still being customized for the ideal experience. To follow the progress on the customization of the RPG Bus, see the RPG Bus Blog.

We love our clients and customers and welcome your feedback and suggestions. Use our Contact Us page to tell us what we’re doing right or what we can improve on.