About the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)
The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) is a federal/state program designed to obtain, maintain, and advance employment for people with disabilities by working with DVR consumers, employers, and other partners.
To obtain, maintain and improve employment for people
with disabilities by working with VR consumers, employers and other partners.
What We Do
- Provide employment services and counseling to people with disabilities.
- Provide or arrange for services to enable an individual to go to work.
- Provide training and technical assistance to employers regarding
disability employment issues.
Who We Serve
- Individuals with disabilities who face a substantial barrier to
Where We Are
Staff members are located
at office/service locations
throughout the State (including
Job Centers) in
addition to our Central Administrative Office in Madison.
The Role of VR Staff
The Division Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) work is done through DVR staff located around the state. These staff members are available to assist all customers with their questions and concerns about the services and programs DVR can provide.
DVR consists of two Bureaus
- Bureau of Consumer Services
Bureau of Management Services
- Coordination of field-based consumer services.
- Coordination of fiscal and budgeting activities, information technology functions, coordination of training, program development, grants, public information, planning/evaluation functions. and program assistant support to Central Office.
Your Path through the DVR process
For more information on the DVR process and your choices as a consumer or job seeker, see the
process table developed by the Client Assistance Program (CAP).