VR New Hampshire and Transition

The New Hampshire Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation (VR New Hampshire) is a state/federal agency that helps people with disabilities prepare for, obtain, and succeed in meaningful careers. This help can include helping pay for your education after high school. VR New Hampshire is part of the Department of Education and works with individual students and also sponsors activities for groups of students like:

“Introducing Vocational Rehabilitation Services NH: Simply Said” is a 4:21-minute video that explains how local VR New Hampshire counselors can help youth with disabilities figure out and achieve their goals.

Get more information about VR New Hampshire

More information about pre-employment transition services (Pre-ETS), which are VR’s school transition services.

VR New Hampshire is offering weekly information sessions for parents about how they can help your student prepare for life after high school. The sessions are Monday evenings from 6:30-7:00 pm via Zoom. Registration is required. Information sessions for parents

VR New Hampshire encourages IEP teams to open discussions with parents and students about the services offered through the agency, and how to apply. Application for VR New Hampshire services may begin as early as age 14. For students who have not yet applied, an annual discussion of the options for applying is encouraged.

Contact VR New Hampshire. You can contact VR New Hampshire directly – you do not need to go through a school. See which regional office covers your town.

We are VR: Connecting with Students with Disabilities, an introductory brochure about VR New Hampshire’s services.

Other resources

Updated 10-6-22