Learn more about the services that are available to eligible individuals through the VR program.
Learn more about the services available to high school and post-secondary school students to help prepare them for the workforce.
Learn more about IDVR’s efforts to help employers gain access to this untapped workforce.
Learn more about IDVR’s influence with customers in the public.
What is Vocational Rehabilitation?
An Idaho where all individuals with disabilities have the opportunity to participate in the workforce and employers value their contributions.
To prepare individuals with disabilities for employment and career opportunities while meeting the needs of the employer.
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COVID-19 ANNOUNCEMENT –
As of Monday, June 15th, the Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (IDVR) will have all offices open to the general public and customers by appointment only. We request that all customers and the general public wear masks while in our offices. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided.
We want to take every measure to keep both our customers and staff healthy during this unprecedented time. We will routinely clean our office spaces and practice social distancing to the degree we can.
Please be aware of the continuous and rapidly changing nature of COVID-19 and do your part to stay current on the latest recommendations from public health officials. We want you to remain safe and healthy during this health crisis.
Please call our offices during normal business hours. For a list of our local offices and phone numbers select “Contact Us”.
IDVR Public Service Announcements!
State Rehabilitation Council
The Idaho State Rehabilitation Council monitors the policies and practices of the Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (IDVR).Working on behalf of Idahoans with disabilities, the Idaho State Rehabilitation Council endeavors to provide consumers, service providers and others the opportunity to participate in constructive dialogue and public input to continually improve the quality of Vocational Rehabilitation services to residents of Idaho.
IDVR helps Idahoans with disabilities take their place in the workforce and in the community. These featured successes highlight a few stories of our job seekers and employers who tell their unique career journeys, in their own voices.
2020 Success Stories:
Benny – TD & H Engineering – Lewiston
Conner – Eagle Rock Fabrication, Inc. – Idaho Falls
Daniel – HP – Boise
Delbert – Home Depot – Boise
Jacob – HP – Boise
Randy – Pawn Shop Owner – Weiser
Rebecca – Business Entrepreneur – Treasure Valley
2019 Success Stories:
Chad – SJX Jet Boats – Orofino
Jeff – Grangeville Senior Center – Grangeville
2018 Success Story:
Nick – Franklin County Medical Center – Preston