Recognizing Abilities, Creating Opportunities
Arizona Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) helps individuals with disabilities achieve their goals for employment and independence.
RSA staff are available to meet with clients, vendors and community partners at local RSA offices, partner agencies or agreed-upon public locations. Virtual meetings, phone calls and email are also regularly utilized for many interactions.
PLEASE NOTE: Local RSA offices have limited staff on-site and some offices are only open for in-person services on specific days. Before visiting an office, please call to schedule an appointment or to ensure that staff will be working onsite when you arrive. Find Local RSA office contact information.
Vocational Rehabilitation Program (VR, Voc Rehab)
The Vocational Rehabilitation program provides services to individuals with disabilities, with the goal to prepare for, enter into, or retain employment. Services provided by VR may include, but are not limited to, vocational evaluation, job training, job search, job placement, transportation, job site modification, self-employment and entrepreneurial activities.
Business Enterprise Program (BEP)
The Business Enterprise Program provides opportunities for individuals in the VR program who are blind or visually impaired to operate merchandising businesses, including vending machines and food service facilities, under Federal and State agency management.
Older Individuals who are Blind Program (OIB)
The Older Individuals who are Blind program provides evaluation and instruction to persons with blindness or vision impairments in the areas of orientation and mobility, communication skills, and personal home management.