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State of California - Department of Vocational Rehabilitation
Address 301 Howard St., 7th Floor, 94105
Phone 415-904-7100 (voice/TTY) 415-597-5810 (FAX)
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Hours M-F: 8am-5pm
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301 Howard St., 7th Floor, 94105

415-904-7100 (voice/TTY)

415-597-5810 (FAX)

M-F: 8am-5pm

A state agency that assists people with physical and/or mental disabilities to enter the work force or to return to work and to live independently in their communities. The expectation is that the services will impact an individual's employability. The department provides consumer services through offices located across the state. There are department services that are designed to help individuals formulate and achieve their employment goal. Working together as a team the individual and their counselor will develop a plan to determine the steps necessary for them to reach their goal. Services are provided based on eligibility.

Counseling and Evaluation, Assistive Devices and Adaptive Equipment, Job Skills Training, Transportation Assistance, Resume Development, Interview Techniques, Job Placement Services, Post Employment Services, Reader, Interpreter, Note Taker Services, Independent Living Services, and Job Coaching. Some of these services are based on the individuals ability to pay. Outside benefits will be used when available.

Vocational services that assist physically and/or mentally disabled individuals enter or return to work. Evaluation, vocational counseling, aptitude testing, training and placement. Will pay for transportation, equipment, books, tools, licenses, union dues, clothing as needed. Eligibility: a disability which is vocationally significant and affects employment potential. Referral by doctors, social service workers and other related service providers. Services are provided based on eligibility and work related needs of eligible clients. No fee. Orientation meeting recommended. American Sign Language, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Tagalog. Wheelchair accessible.

Orientation sessions are Tuesday and Thursday at 2 pm and Wednesday at 8:30 am. New clients should arrive at least 10 minutes in advance to fill out paperwork. New clients will fill out an application during this orientation and have an opportunity to ask questions.

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Department of Vocational Rehabilitation - G 301 Howard St., Suite 700, 94105 415-904-7100 415-597-5810 (Fax) M–F: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

The Department offers vocational services that assist physically and/or mentally disabled individuals enter or return to work. Evaluation, vocational counseling, aptitude testing, training and placement are provided. The Department will pay for transportation, equipment, books, tools, licenses, union dues, and clothing as needed.

Eligibility: a disability that is vocationally significant and affects employment potential. Referral by doctors, social service workers, and other related service providers is needed. Services are provided based on eligibility and work-related needs of eligible clients. If you are receiving SSA benefits or have a valid “Ticket to Work,” you are presumed eligible for DOR services. No fee for services, and an orientation meeting is recommended. American Sign Language, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Tagalog languages are available, and the Department is wheelchair accessible .

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