Welcome to the Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Notice of Public Comment:
Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
Portion of the Combined State Plan for the
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
Notice is hereby given that the Idaho Division of Vocational
Rehabilitation (IDVR), pursuant to the Rehabilitation Act,
as amended by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
(WIOA), announce a period of public comment on the proposed
VR Services Portion of the State Plan for Program Years
The purpose of this period of comment is to provide interested parties and/or organizations an opportunity to
present their views and recommendations regarding the VR Services Portion of the State Plan. IDVR is also
specifically seeking comment to changes the division is proposing surrounding customer financial participation
in the cost of services. The policy and business rule can be found in the two attachments at the end of the plan.
Comment Period: January 20, 2016 – February 12, 2016
The VR Services Portion of the State Plan can be found at vr.idaho.gov/StatePlan.
Printed copies of the document are available in all IDVR offices for public viewing. Other accessible formats of
the document are available upon request by contacting IDVR Central Office at (208) 334-3390 or e-mailing
Instructions: Please submit comments by either e-mail, mail or by phone.
Comments may be submitted:
• Via e-mail to WIOAPlan@vr.idaho.gov
• By mail or hand deliver to this address:
Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Attn: Teresa Pitt
650 West State St., Room 150
Boise, ID 83720-0096
• By phone, call 1-(844)324-3983 on February 9, 2015, from 4:00 – 6:00 pm MST
To ensure consideration, written comments must be received by February 12, 2016.
For each comment, reference the associated page number. All comments received will become public record. Personal information may be redacted upon request.
For tips for submitting effective comments, click HERE.
What is Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)?VR is a state-federal program whose goal is to assist people with disabilities prepare for, secure, retain or regain employment.
To learn more about the VR process please view this VR Video.
If you have additional questions about VR services, please contact your local office to speak with someone. Please feel free to contact us if you need more information.
Our VisionYour success at work means our work is a success.
Our SuccessesIDVR is a unique agency that helps individuals with disabilities take their place in the work force and in the community. To read the stories of eight customers who have benefited from our services as well as from the partnerships that IDVR has developed with other agencies and organizations, click here. Congratulations to all our successful customers!