Vocational Rehabilitation

Florida has two Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) agencies:

If you are a client of either DVR or DBS, please be aware of our Client Assistance Program (CAP). To learn more about CAP, please listen to Episode 9 of our You First Podcast: What is the Client Assistance Program?

Vocational Rehabilitation Programs

There are two Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Programs in Florida: The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and The Division of Blind Services. Vocational Rehabilitation is the State of Florida’s largest employment program serving the needs of Floridians with disabilities. Both programs are charged with providing an array of employment supports and job placement assistance to eligible individuals with disabilities. These employment supports may include tuition assistance for colleges or vocational schools, books and supplies needed for school, assistive technology aids or devices, transportation services, occupational licenses, vehicle modifications, psychological counseling, medical services, and job placement assistance. Services are individualized and are based on an individual’s needs and employment goals.

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

Division of Blind Services