- Vocational Rehabilitation
- Employment Services
- Student Transition Services
- Utah Work Incentive Planning Services
- Utah Center for Assistive Technology
- Utah Assistive Technology Teams
- Business Relations Team
- Governor’s Committee
- Utah Business Leadership Network
- Golden Key Awards
- Recruit or Post a Position
- Federal Contractor 503
- Tax Credits and Incentives
- ADA for Business
- Download Resources
- Shellie Anderson
- Ricky Hansen (NEW)
- Brandon Hunt
- Alexis Martinez
- Karen Nelson
- Alex Neumeier
- Sidney Smith
- Katie Stoddard (NEW)
- Richard Werry
- Rochelle Wise
- Diana Young
- Mindy Zampedri
Vocational Rehabilitation helps eligible individuals with disabilities, to prepare for, obtain or maintain employment and achieve independence.
To assist eligible individuals with disabilities to prepare for and obtain employment and increase their independence.
We envision a community which provides the highest quality services and empowers clients and staff in an environment of teamwork that results in rewarding employment, independence, and self-fulfillment.
Diagnostic and Evaluation
Medical, psychological, and other examinations and tests are
used to understand a client's disability and needs.
Medical and psychological services, including treatment and equipment, ensures your disability is stable.
VR may help you obtain equipment that provides great
functioning and independence in home, education or work environments.
Supporting your success may includle interpreters, readers, transportation, licenses, fees, tools or equipment.
Counseling and Guidance
Vocational counseling helps clients understand their potential, set realistic goals, develop successful work skills, and begin a satisfying career.
Job development, counseling, coaching, customized employment, self-employment assistance or on-the-job training are services that may be offered.
Basic academic, vocational/technical, college, supported employment, independent living skills, work adjustment and work-based training may be needed.