TWC Vocational Rehabilitation Office Locator

    VR Office Locator

Texas Workforce Solutions-Vocational Rehabilitation Services (TWS-VRS) is a partner within the Texas Workforce System to support job seekers with disabilities as they prepare for, obtain, maintain, or advance in competitive integrated employment.

Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) services are available to eligible individuals with disabilities across Texas and VR staff are co-located within many Workforce Solutions Offices.

The Texas Workforce System is intended to support everyone who wants to work, with supports and services to help them get a job or keep a job or advance in a career. This includes identification and referral of workforce customers who may be eligible for VR Services.

To locate the Texas Workforce Solutions - Vocational Rehabilitation Services office nearest you that provides services for people with Visual, Physical, or Auditory Disabilities search by ZIP Code, County, Workforce Board Area, Program, and/or Specialized Service.

For Unemployment Insurance (UI) assistance, please call the tele-center at 1-800-939-6631. You can also request a UI contact through Larry the Virtual Assistant by clicking on the Chat with Us box at the bottom of the TWC home page. Type "contact me" in the question field and fill out the contact information. UI staff are researching those requests and performing outbound contacts.

For assistance in locating a VR office for vocational rehabilitation services, please email or call (512) 936-6400 to be connected to VR staff.

For best results, please enter only the zip code or a county or the Workforce Board Area.

To help find the most appropriate office for the services you need, as the program, please select:

  • VR if you have a physical, or mental impairment, or if you have blindness or a visual impairment, deafness, or a hearing impairment, or a brain injury that affects your ability to find, keep, or advance in meaningful employment.
  • OIB if you are 55 or older and have a significant visual impairment that substantially limits your ability to function independently in the home, family, and/or community and you are not interested in employment.