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We contract with a network of private, nonprofit community rehabilitation programs to deliver long-term job support services.
These programs are required to achieve and maintain the highest levels of service standards and accountability and must maintain national accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), the premier standard-setting and accrediting body in the United States for vocational rehabilitation programs. To find an accredited CARF provider, view CARF's website.
If you are having trouble finding or keeping a job or if you are an employer in need of a reliable source of workers, you can find assistance by contacting the community rehabilitation program nearest you; access our Community Rehabilitation Providers webpage to learn more.
We also work collaboratively with several public partners, including local WorkForce Centers, county social services agencies, the Department of Education and the Department of Human Services.
The VR program receives 81.7 percent of its funding through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. For federal fiscal year 2022, the total amount of grant funds is $53,031,304, which included $8,158,000 in reallotment funds. The required state match for these funds is $14,299,905 (18.3 percent). The state of Minnesota has appropriated $14.3 million to meet the matching requirement.