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Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program
If you have a disability certain aspects of everyday life - employment, transportation, social and recreational activities - can be difficult
Vocational Rehabilitation Services (VRS) can help you:
- Develop vocational skills through short term and long term training programs
- Find and keep a job with the assistance of vocational counselors and placement specialists
- Live independently in the community
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors are located at our Downtown location.
Eligibility for Vocational Rehabilitation Services is based on whether you have a physical or mental disability that makes it difficult to prepare for, get, or keep work.
If you are:
A high school student Staff at your school can provide the contact information for the Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor serving your school. The Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor can provide information about services and help you apply.
An adult Applications start with a visit to one of our vocational rehabilitation counselors. They can provide information about services and help you apply.
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