Rehabilitation Services is seeking your input on the State Plan
Persons interested in the State's workforce development system and vocational rehabilitation program are invited to review these draft State Plan documents.
You are also invited to attend a statekholder meeting at 1 p.m. January 6, 2020. For more information about this meeting, please check here.
Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) services are the cornerstone of our efforts to empower Kansans with disabilities to become gainfully employed and self-sufficient.
When people with disabilities are employed, everyone wins.
- People with disabilities who become employed spend their earnings in local communities on housing, groceries, transportation . . . on life. They contribute as tax payers. Reliance on public assistance is reduced.
- Employment of people with disabilities is good for Kansas businesses and industries. They have access to qualified employees to meet their workforce needs in a competitive marketplace.
- It's good for the economy. For each dollar earned as a result of a VR placement, there is about $1.66 in total earnings generated through the economy, according to a study done by Wichita State University. Further, for each person employed through VR, there are about 1.85 total jobs created in the overall economy.
If you have a disability and you want to work, please contact us.