The State Rehabilitation Council's (SRC) purpose is to increase the numbers of Coloradans who secure, retain, or regain employment (within an existing organization or through self-employment) after participating in an effective vocational rehabilitation process.
Beyond increasing labor force participation among people with disabilities, our members are energized by the power and momentum a person gains from achieving a hard-earned goal. We are motivated to serve by moments when someone realizes his or her potential and discovers that resources required to fuel success by their own definition, are attainable.
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SRC Accommodations for Meetings
SRC meetings are open to the public. We welcome visitors. If you wish to join us and require reasonable accommodation to participate, please direct your request to Meagan Gallegos by contacting her at: firstname.lastname@example.org. All full SRC meetings will have ASL interpreters present. Any other accommodation requests are welcome anytime. The sooner the SRC is aware of a need for accommodation, the more likely it is that we will be able to fulfill the request.
All in person meetings are held in wheelchair accessible locations and are accessible by public transportation. Meetings are typically held at 633 17th Street, Suite 1501, in downtown Denver. All meetings are also conducted via Zoom.