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Do you have a disability that is interfering with your ability to get or keep a job? DRS helps people with disabilities to prepare for, obtain, maintain or advance in employment. If you have limitations with learning, seeing, hearing, communicating, coping with stress, or participating in physical activities, you may be eligible for services from DRS.

Our specially trained professionals help you evaluate your skills, interests and work-related barriers so you can succeed in the workplace. Services are tailored to your unique needs, and your information is kept confidential.

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What to Expect

DRS can help you identify and address work-related barriers so you can succeed on the job. We work one-on-one with you to develop an employment plan. Our goal is to help you find or maintain a job that fits your needs and abilities.

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Specialized Services

DRS offers specialized services to help West Virginians with significant vision and/or hearing impairments address barriers, so they can meet their work-related needs. DRS also provides distinct rehabilitation technology services that can help consumers prepare for and work more effectively.

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Tools and Resources


Find resources to help you succeed in training, employment and your independence.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to several frequently asked questions to plan for your future.

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Find an Office Near You

DRS has offices throughout West Virginia. Locate the one closest to you.

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