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We provide tools and training for employment, living independently, and accessing print. We assist Minnesotans who are blind, DeafBlind, experiencing vision loss, or have difficulty accessing the printed word.

We are so glad you’ve found us. Please explore the categories below to find information specific to your needs.

If you’d like to apply for services, learn more, or have a question, use our convenient Online Form. Eye Care professionals, please use the Clinic Referral Form at the bottom of the page. In addition, you’ll find contact information for staff members and our office locations on our contact page, or you can call our main office at 651-539-2300.

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Contact Us

Call us at 651-539-2300 or complete our Interest Form for State Services for the Blind.

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Youth Services

We help students between the ages of 14 and 21 build confidence, explore career possibilities, and expand horizons of opportunity.

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Job Seekers

We can assist you in finding a job, advancing your career, or keeping the job you have.

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We provide training, tips, and tools to help seniors remain independent and active. Physicians can also refer patients using the Clinic Referral Form.

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Communication Center

As Minnesota’s Accessible Reading Source, we offer Minnesotans with a print disability access to print through audio, braille, and e-text. Find out more about our 24/7 reading service, audio, braille, and e-text transcription.

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We can match your workforce needs with qualified participants from our program and help with your worksite accommodations through the Employer Reasonable Accommodation Fund.

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Community Partners

Our community partners enable us to provide our customers with the skills they need to live, work, and succeed.

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Get Involved

Join us through State Rehabilitation for the Blind (SRC-B) council membership, volunteer opportunities, and partnerships.

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About Us

Learn about us:

  • Our mission and values
  • News and Information
  • Leadership team
  • Newsletters and reports
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