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The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) is a federal/state program designed to obtain, maintain, and advance employment for people with disabilities.
The most common services (known as DVR Statewide Services) provided to DVR consumers include, Customized Employment, Individualized Placement and Support (IPS), Internship/Temporary Work (I/TW), Job and Task Analysis and Systematic Instruction, Job Preparation, Development, Hire, and Retention, Student Work Based Learning Services, Supported Employment, Vocational Evaluation, and Work Incentive Benefits Services. Statewide services are provided by DVR Service Providers through the DVR Statewide Service Provider Agreement.
To enter into the DVR Service Agreement to provide DVR Statewide Services, interested parties must first complete a Request for Agreement (RFA) Application. The RFA process is intended to demonstrate whether an applicant is qualified to provide these services to DVR consumers according to DVR's Technical Specification requirements. To make this determination, RFA applications are reviewed by a statewide evaluation committee consisting of DVR staff and scored against established scoring criterion to determine if an applicant meets the qualifications required.
DVR provides many other services to DVR consumers not included in the statewide service listing above. For information on providing those services please contact your local DVR office and see the Resources/Links section.
RFA applications will be accepted during the following designated periods:
Applications may be accepted outside of designated application periods for Customized Employment, Job and Task Analysis and Systematic Instruction, and Supported Employment services.
Applicants may only submit one RFA application per Agreement term. Applicants that do not meet the RFA requirements must wait until the next Agreement term to submit another RFA application.
To learn more about the RFA Application Process and the DVR Program, please contact: email@example.com or call 608-405-4634.
Questions related to the DVR Service Agreement can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org - (608) 405-4634.
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