STATE PLAN AND COMPREHENSIVE STATEWIDE ASSESSMENT (CSA)
The Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Portion of the Unified State Plan is developed by DOR to describe the vocational rehabilitation and supported employment services provided to Californians with disabilities and identify areas where service delivery can be improved, modified, or enhanced. The State Plan demonstrates DOR’s commitment to changes within the law and empowers individuals to prepare to enter the workforce, maximize employability, and independence.
The VR Portion of the Unified State Plan aims to achieve DOR’s mission of working with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living, and equality for individuals with disabilities. You may review the current State Plan below.
In addition, every three years the DOR conducts a Comprehensive Statewide Assessment (CSA) of the rehabilitation needs of individuals with disabilities in California. The results of the CSA are then used to shape the goals and objectives in DOR's VR Portion of the State Plan as well as inform other DOR policies and planning efforts. If you have any questions regarding the State Plan or the triennial CSA, please contact the California Department of Rehabilitation's Planning Unit.
Current DOR State Plan