DVR is a division of the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services. Together with DVR, we ensure that eligible Washingtonians seeking vocational rehabilitation services can be confident that vocational counseling and guidance will be individualized and effective.
We share a common commitment to cultivating credibility and trust in our partnership by sharing information, program and performance data, experience and expertise.
The desired outcome of our partnership is to enable each participant to identify a specific employment goal and then empowering him or her to develop and implement a plan for achieving it.
Our friends at the Center for Continuing Education in Rehabilitation (CCER) made the following video to explain the relationship and partnership between WSRC and DVR.
Transforming lives by assisting individuals with disabilities to fully participate in their communities through meaningful employment.
Dedicated professionals leading the field of vocational rehabilitation, delivering exceptional experiences to every customer, every time.
DVR believes everyone should have the opportunity to pursue meaningful work, and that employment further improves a person’s ability to live independently, make choices, and contribute to one’s community. DVR provides people with disabilities the tools, supports, and services required to achieve successful employment, which hopefully will result in a greater quality of life. With offices located throughout Washington State, DVR has been a community partner for more than 80 years.