Vocational Rehabilitation - Dept of Social and Health Services
The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) program serves eligible individuals with all types of disabilities who want to work and need vocational rehabilitation services to overcome barriers to employment that result from a disability. Individuals are eligible for services if they have a physical, mental, or sensory disability that results in an impediment to employment and they require vocational rehabilitation services to gain or maintain employment. The services DVR provides are person centered and based on each individual’s strengths. DVR strives to achieve full employment for people with disabilities in career-focused positions providing competitive wages and benefits.
To transform lives by creating pathways for self sufficiency through meaningful partnerships, employment, new opportunities and effective rehabilitation.
|Net change from current biennium||49,188,542 Increase|
|Percent change from current biennium||50.1% Increase|
Program Level Summary
|General Fund - Federal||55,412,097||55,330,861||13,829,802||54,092,000||55,479,000|
|General Fund - State||13,007,921||13,864,502||13,848,294||17,489,000||18,243,000|
|Pension Funding Stabilization Account - State||1,012,000||253,000||1,012,000||1,012,000|
Operating Budget: Change from Preceding Biennium
|2016-17 Actual||2017-18 Estimated||2018-19 Estimated||2019-20 Proposed||2020-21 Proposed|
|FTE Staff Years||316.1||317.3||311.7||317.0||317.1|