We offer all our School-to-Work clients the same services as  our DDA clients.

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We assist participants in exploring a wide range of possibilities for employment, help participants identify what tools or skills they may need, and to support and encourage participants as they learn skills to overcome barriers, regain self-confidence, and obtain or maintain employment.    

Recently our director, Ty Lingo, wrote an article for the Spokane Journal of Business on the unintended consequences of the minimum wage increase. Read all about it here!   


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Individuals with a broad range of disabilities may access services through the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors (VRCs) meet with individuals to determine eligibility for services and develop a plan with the client.

Individuals enrolled in the Individual Supported Employment (ISE) program receive assistance with job preparation, job development, job placement, retention, and follow along services.


​"We believe everyone has the ability to work"

Supported employment services help people who are Medicaid eligible and have physical, behavioral, or long-term service needs that make it difficult for them to get and keep jobs. These ongoing services include job coaching and training, help with employer relations, and assistance with job placement. 

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Office Hours

Monday -Thursday 8:00-4:30

Closed Friday/Saturday/Sunday/All Federal Holidays

Front desk: 509.242.3758 
Fax: 509.443.3643

Individual numbers and emails on the Home/Contact Us and Meet the Team tabs.

1212 N. Washington Street
One Rock Point, Suite 124
Spokane, WA 99201