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Vocational Rehabilitation Services

Get help finding the right job

If you have a disability that makes it hard to find or keep a job, Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) may be able to help. We help people with all kinds of disabilities find jobs that match their skills, interests and abilities.

For businesses, we help you connect with skilled talent. We offer recruitment support, training, consultation and more.

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Our services

Our services are designed around your needs and job goals. A counselor will help you decide what services are right for you.

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We also have services for youth age 14 to 24 who are getting ready to work.

Youth services

For businesses

We can help you diversify your workforce to include people with disabilities and disabled veterans. We connect you with qualified applicants who are pre-screened and ready-to-work.

We help with recruitment, training on disability inclusion, support for work-based learning with youth and more.

Business resources

For VR partners

If you are a current VR partner or want to learn about working with us, visit our provider and partner site.

You can find information about contracting with us, contractor resources, Tribal VR programs, internship opportunities, publications, policies and rules.

Partner resources

Complaints or problems

If you have a disagreement with VR, there are many ways to get help solving the problem.

Complaints or problems

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VR at work across Oregon

"Since starting VR, my life has changed in every way."

Thanks to a partnership between Oregon VR and the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, Tribal member Amanda Freeman is following her dream of owning her own photography business and using her talents to help the Grand Ronde Tribal community and Indigenous people everywhere.

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