Our Programs

Vocational Rehabilitation

Vocational Rehabilitation

A team will work with you in your home to develop a personal employment goal. Your individual team may include a rehabilitation counselor, teacher, and/or mobility specialist. Services include:

  • Diagnosis and evaluation
  • Counseling and guidance
  • Training
  • Transition services to help blind or visually impaired youth (age 14+) to transition to college and work
  • Job placement/post-employment
  • Rehabilitation technology and equipment to help you at your job
Business-Enterprise Program

Business-Enterprise Program

The Business Enterprise Program (BEP) may be able to help you find success through self-employment. This program helps by developing business sites (state, federal, etc.) and providing business opportunities (ex. vending routes, snack bars, convenience stores, full service, etc.).

You must be referred to BEP through Vocational Rehabilitation and successfully pass the National Restaurant Association ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification to be eligible for help. You will need to complete an interview, test, work-site evaluations, and training (includes classroom instruction and on-the-job monitored training).

Who is eligible?

Vocational Rehabilitation

  • You are legally blind or have other severe visual impairment
  • The visual impairment creates a substantial barrier to employment

Business-Enterprise Program

  • You are legally blind
  • The visual impairment creates a substantial barrier to employment
  • You must already get services through Vocational Rehabilitation

How do I get help?

NOTE: You cannot apply for the Business Enterprise Program. You must be referred by Vocational Rehabilitation. To apply for Vocational Rehabilitation, complete these three simple steps:


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Meet With Us

  • We will come meet with you to talk about your individual needs and options for services



  • If we find that you are eligible for services, we will help you complete an application