Empower Your Community by Being A DVR Vendor

The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) helps businesses both large and small recruit, hire, and train skilled workers with disabilities. DVR offers a number of valuable benefits for both the employee and the employer including providing on-the-job training, technical assistance about available tax credits, and conducting free disability awareness training.

DVR also relies on local vendors that provide services or products that will help DVR clients on their path to employment. Vendors may provide everything from uniforms and hardhats to medical services and assessments or specialized equipment and can make a big difference in the lives of people with disabilities. DVR is particularly looking for qualified vendors in rural and mountain communities outside of the Front Range.

Additionally, DVR is looking for employers to partner in the provision of work experience sites for individuals who are learning how to be successful in a realistic work setting or working to build their resumes to reflect current work skills.

When local employers and vendors team up with DVR, we can strengthen and diversify the workforce and ensure that all Coloradans reach their employment potential. If you are interested in becoming a vendor please contact stacy.martens@state.co.us.