The State Plan
Every state VR agency submits a state plan each year to the federal Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA). The RSA ensures that state agencies fully comply with the Rehabilitation Act and receive necessary funding to provide services.
Here in Washington, we strive to make our State Plan a living document; our State Plan guides DVR as we work with our stakeholders to continuously improve our services to Washingtonians living with disabilities.
Creating a State Plan requires the efforts of many dedicated people. Our State Plan is written with the input of our customers, service delivery partners, business representatives, and other stakeholders in our state.
DVR thanks its many partners for their contributions: the Washington State Rehabilitation Council
, the Center for Continuing Education in Rehabilitation at the University of Washington
, service partners throughout the Department of Social and Health Services
, our Community Rehabilitation Program providers, our State Plan Forum attendees, and others.
Please click on the link below to access our State Plan.
2015 State Plan (pdf)
This State Plan is effective from October 1, 2014
through September 30, 2015
State Plans must follow format and content guidelines determined by the RSA. The 2015 State Plan Instructions (pdf)
contains more information on the State Plan requirements.
Please contact Andrew Clemons
with any questions or comments you may have.