Nevada State Rehabilitation Council

Helping ensure employment outcomes for Nevadans with disabilities.

The mission of the Nevada State Rehabilitation Council (NSRC) is to help ensure that vocational rehabilitation programs (Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation and Bureau of Services to the Blind and Visually Impaired) are consumer oriented, consumer driven, and that the programs’ services and resources result in employment outcomes for Nevadans with disabilities.

The Council may assist you or others in the community in the following ways:

  • Help individuals with disabilities obtain services which may help them become employable.
  • Put employers in contact with individuals with disabilities who may fill their staffing needs.
  • Receive and relay client experiences about the state or the community vocational rehabilitation programs.
  • Receive and relay ideas about improving vocational rehabilitation services.

Council meetings

Council meetings are held at least quarterly, teleconferencing between Carson City and Las Vegas, so that members unable to travel may attend. Meeting locations and agendas will be posted approximately ten (10) working days before each meeting at: DETR Public Meetingsopens a new window

Scheduled meetings of the Nevada State Rehabilitation Council are:

Council Composition

The Council has a minimum of 16 members as required by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended. The number indicates the minimum representation from various constituencies. The category and current members follow. Individuals interested in being considered for membership may call (775) 687-6860 for information.

For more information about the Nevada State Rehabilitation Council, please contact our Administration Office at 775-687-6860.

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