Employment programs and service providers throughout Colorado are increasingly able to offer greater options and a continuum of approaches to career seekers to best meet individual needs and preferences. Part-time? Full-time? The choice is yours based on what you are ready for right now.
Are you an independent job seeker? If so, you may find what you need at one of Colorado’s workforce centers, and you may choose to work with DVR as well. If you need greater assistance with your job search, you will likely want to get connected with DVR. Read more about getting connected to employment services and support at our Information and Referral Page.
People with disabilities often find small business ownership a great match for their marketable skills and entrepreneurial spirit. A well-thought through business plan can open up the door to owning a small business, including a micro-enterprise which is a very small scale business. Community resources such as the Small Business Development Centers and the Denver Small Business Administration offer support, and the Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation has a self-employment program which specifically assists prospective business owners with disabilities, including those with significant or complex disabilities.