Youth Service Providers

Partnerships and Service Providers

The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) works collaboratively with secondary and postsecondary educational agencies on both statewide and local levels. These relationships help to streamline services and supports for students and individuals with disabilities of all ages.

Local Relationships

Local relationships with schools and other agencies establish the most effective ways to work together within a specific district or region. These arrangements support a variety of services and programs, including:

Service Providers

DVR also partners with individual and organizational service providers to effectively deliver quality services to young adults in Colorado. Our service providers provide a wide variety of services to our young adults including Pre-Employment Transition Services, Job Search Assistance and Job Coaching. If you would like to partner with DVR to provide services to young adults, explore the information below!

How Can My Organization Become a Service Provider

DVR is always looking for qualified service providers to partner with the young adults we serve to help them develop and apply foundational skills for long term career success. We partner with individuals as well as organizations, both large and small, to ensure we have a variety of options for our young adults for service providers.

Our most successful service providers enjoy working with and understand the unique needs of young adults with disabilities and are innovators in their field. If this sounds like you, head over to our Vendor Page to get the details on getting started.

Service Provider Resources

If you are a current service provider partnering with young adults, we have resources and supports just for you! Coming soon! We'll have a Service Provider Resource Page for training updates, commonly used forms and information on our Community of Practice. Keep checking back for updates.

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Invest in Your Community's Future

In order to better prepare youth for career entry, it is important to identify opportunities that will build awareness, preparation and exploration in the world of work.  

We all can play a role in the economic futures of our communities by taking time to invest those who will be a part of it.  To learn more about example ways on how you can share your passion in an industry with today’s youth and tomorrow’s workforce click here.  


Pre-ETS Recorded Training: New Services and Rates

Beginning July 1, 2021, Colorado DVR implemented new rates for a variety of Pre-Employment Transition Services. If you missed the live webinar, you may watch the recording here and access the Accessible PowerPoint and updated Summary for Providers.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out directly to Serina Gilbert.