The mission of New Hampshire Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation is to assist eligible New Hampshire citizens with disabilities secure suitable employment and financial and personal independence by providing rehabilitation services.
NHVR provides services to both Individuals with Disabilities and Employers .
People with disabilities can work and take advantage of the opportunities available to the citizens of New Hampshire. Yet they face barriers that prevent them from achieving their goals. Vocational Rehabilitation assists persons with disabilities to achieve their employment goals.
Vocational Rehabilitation is a joint State/Federal program that seeks to empower people to make informed choices, build viable careers, and live more independently in the community.
Notice of Public Meetings : Each year NHVR holds public meetings across the state to gather input on how our services are working in NH. This meeting is one of the opportunities for our customers, partners and the public to provide input into the VR program. The Agenda for the meeting includes a brief overview of NH Vocational Rehabilitation and the state plan and then moves to gathering comments from those in attendance on the following topics: 1) How is Vocational Rehabilitation working for you; 2) What do you see as the rehabilitation needs of persons with disabilities in the state; and 3) Ideas you have for improvement and/or expansion of vocational rehabilitation.
Ways to comment include: attending an in person forum being held throughout the state; attending the online forum on 3/10/14; by completing an online survey (surveymonkey); in writing via email or regular mail or via telephone or fax.
For full details refer to the Notice of Public Meetings.
|Programs and Services|
|What is Vocational Rehabilitation?|
|Blind and Visually Impaired, Services for the||Independent Living Program|
|Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Services for the||School Transition Services|
|Disability Determination Services||Services for Employers|
|Advisory Councils||Frequently Asked Questions|
|Becoming a Customer||Links|
|Community Rehabilitation Program (CRP) Forms and Processes||Policy|
|Contact Us/Regional Offices||Upcoming Events|
|Customer Guide to NH Vocational Rehabilitation Services||VR Counselor Training & Resources|
|Customer Guide to Job Placement Services||NHVR State Plan|
|NH Employment Security Job Fairs|
21 South Fruit Street, Suite 20
Concord, NH 03301
Acrobat Reader format. You can download a free reader from Adobe.
Microsoft Word format. You can download a free reader from Microsoft.