NC DHHS Notice of Funding Availability
~~“Program Name: Community Rehabilitation Programs
Purpose: According to the 2016 American Community Survey, NC census, approximately 77% of North Carolinians with disabilities of working age are unemployed or underemployed. In State Fiscal Year 2016 the North Carolina Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (the Division) served over 50,000 consumers with significant or most significant disabilities who were seeking competitive integrated employment.
The goal of these service contracts is to provide assessment and training along with appropriate supports for Division consumers with disabilities to reach successful competitive integrated employment. The Community Rehabilitation Program (CRP) will provide services (facility and/or community based) needed to obtain and maintain competitive integrated employment.
CRPs are integral partners in the network of services designed to provide people with disabilities equal opportunity in achieving their highest level of economic and social independence. Service models include:
Supported Employment (SE)
Work Adjustment Services (WA)”
- Department of Rehabilitation Services
- Provider Transformation