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About Employment Service Providers

Both VR and the provider share responsibility in assisting the VR customer to achieve a successful outcome.

VR designates a Provider Manager, housed in VR Headquarters, to work with the Provider on all things related to registration, monitoring, technical assistance, training and administrative matters.

Provider Liaisons serve as an intermediary between the Provider, VR Headquarters and Field office staff. Provider Liaisons are assigned by county. They provide technical assistance and training.

Employment Service Provider Qualifications

In accordance with Rule 6A-25.021, Florida Administrative Code, all service providers are required to apply with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and complete a Fee-for-Service Provider Contractual Agreement. The application must be completed and approved before the provider is able to submit a Fee-for-Service Provider Contractual Agreement.

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Fee-for-Service Provider Application

Vocational Rehabilitation Fee-for-Service Provider Contractual Agreement (Service Provider)

A provider is a not-for-profit organization that has been approved to help VR customers get or keep a job. To be eligible to as a provider, the organization must at a minimum have:

  • A 501(c)3 not-for-profit status with the Internal Revenue Service
  • Experience working with, and finding employment for, persons with disabilities