Washington State Rehabilitation Council

We partner with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) to ensure customers receive quality services on the road to employment.

WSRC works in partnership with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR).

We are committed to increasing employment, enhancing independence, and improving the quality of life for every person with a disability in Washington State.

People with disabilities have the freedom to choose the type of vocational rehabilitation services they receive. The WSRC empowers and endorses that freedom.

Get Involved

We create opportunities for people with disabilities to shape the services that support them in going to work.

Quarterly Meetings

Interested in WSRC's work? We invite you to join an upcoming public quarterly meeting. Find the schedule here.


We are committed to representing the voice of you, the customer, and providing resources in partnership with DVR.

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Council Recruitment Notice

Recruitment is open for two representative positions: a Business representative and Community Rehabiliation Provider.

The Washington State Rehabilitation Council is a 16-member Governor-appointed board that promotes ongoing improvement within the vocational rehabilitation service system by:

  • Asking strategic questions and sustaining ongoing dialogue with DVR leaders about program performance, policy development, and other systemic issues;
  • Garnering input from DVR customers and community partners to assess satisfaction with services and partnerships;
  • Evaluating data to learn more about customer satisfaction, program performance, and systemic trends;
  • Developing policy recommendations; and,
  • Advocating for positive change.

WSRC Meeting Schedule

The WSRC holds four, two-day meetings per year (January, May, August, and November) in communities across the state.

We would love for you to join us!

We accommodate reasonable accommodation requests. If you require assistance please contact WSRC staff at least two weeks prior to the event. We are available to you toll free at 1-866-252-2939 and by email at wsrc@dshs.wa.gov.

WSRC Agency Partners

The WSRC is committed to being an active member of the disability advocacy community. Agency Partnerships allow us to gain perspectives, enhancing our advocacy for DVR customers. We have also focused considerable energy on coordinating, strengthening and forming new partnerships with all disability advocacy organizations.