Order Of Selection For Vocational Rehabilitation Services - When the Department does not have enough funds to serve all applicants who are deemed eligible for our services, the federal government requires that we use an Order Of Selection process. California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) must serve people with the most significant disabilities first.
DOR Fact Sheets - Fact Sheets for many of DOR's Units and Sections.
DOR State Plan - The DOR prepares a State Plan annually that describes how California provides rehabilitation services.
Proposed Changes to DOR Regulations - Laws and Regulations Relevant to Current Public Proceedings
DOR Legislation Information - The Legislative Office is the Department's liaison to the Legislature and manages the Department's legislative program.
Community Events and Activities - Information provided here is a service to the public, and does not imply Department of Rehabilitation endorsement or sponsorship unless noted in the entry.
Ticket to Work (TTW) Program Status in California - The TTW is a Social Security Administration (SSA) program for people ages 18 to 64 who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or both.
Boards and Committees - The DOR benefits from advice on policy and program development from several statutorily created bodies including the: Disability Advisory Committee; Assistive Technology Advisory Committee; Blind Advisory Committee; Deaf and Hard of Hearing Advisory Committee; California Vendors Policy Committee; State Rehabilitation Council; and California Committee on Employment of Persons with Disabilities.
DOR Calendar - A current list of meetings and events regarding vocational rehabilitation and/or disability related issues. The information provided is a service to the public, and does not imply Department of Rehabilitation endorsement or sponsorship unless noted in the entry.
Grant Cycles - DOR administers several kinds of Grants (RFAs) & Contracts (RFPs) to support services to individuals with disabilities.