Field Services 

District Field Offices--A network of 19 district offices located across the state serve individuals with disabilities.  At each field office,  vocational rehabilitation (VR) counselors assist individuals with disabilities in obtaining the education, training, and supportive services that they need to life an independent life. To get started, contact the field office nearest you and make an appointment with a counselor. To find the office nearest you, CLICK HERE for a map and contact information, or call us toll-free at 800-330-0632 and we'll connect you.

Business Relations--Business relations representatives across the state assist business owners and employers in developing strategies relating to disability issues in the workplace. More >

Transition Services--Vocational rehabilitation transition counselors serving targeted school districts work with high school students and VR counselors to help students make the transition from high school to further education or work. More >

Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (SDHH) -- It is the mission of SDHH to provide high quality, innovative services that result in employment opportunities, improved quality of life and full inclusion in society for Arkansans who are deaf, hard of hearing, late-deafened, and deafblind.  The professional staff of SDHH are knowledgeable about the unique barriers faced by people with hearing loss and speech disabilities and are experienced in collaborating with both the person experiencing the barrier as well as the community at large to develop effective solutions.  More >

Alternative Financing Program--The program offers Arkansans with disabilities low-cost loans for purchase of assistive technology equipment. More >

Small Business Program--This program offers services to help individuals with disabilities become employed in entrepreneurial or micro-business operations. More >