WWRC accepts applications of any individual with a disability whose needs are compatible with the structure, staff, and other WWRC resources. Primary consideration is given to Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services’ clients pursuing vocational goals. To make a non-DRS referral contact the Admissions Department.
WWRC provides services without discrimination regarding race, color, creed, sex, national origin, age, or disability in compliance with Title VI of the civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Disability Act of 1990. Read More about Admissions.
The PERT Program assists students in their transition from high school to post secondary options. Learn more about the PERT Program.
The mission of Vocational Training is to successfully prepare clients for employment, higher education, and/or other career development goals by maximizing their employment, occupational, and self-sufficiency skills. Learn more about Vocational Training Services.
Vocational Evaluation is a comprehensive, systematic process of identification and assessment of a client’s vocational interests, abilities, strengths, weaknesses, aptitudes, and functional needs relative to employment goals. Learn more about Vocational Evaluation Services.
Pre-employment Readiness and Education Program (PREP) goals include an introductory exposure to soft skills that support a client’s ability to:
Clients enrolled in a program of services at WWRC are assigned a Rehabilitation Counselor to provide guidance and counseling during their program. Read more about rehabilitation counseling services.
Clients enrolled in services at WWRC are required to complete an Orientation and Assessment. Learn more about Orientation and Assessment service.
The handbook is a “guide” to life on WWRC’s campus. Find out more about the WWRC experience.
Rehabilitation Counselors lead teams of rehabilitation professionals who encourage clients to discuss concerns or unresolved issues. Learn more about Client Grievance Procedures.