Vocational Rehabilitation Program
P.O. Box 546 • Anadarko, OK 73005
Phone: (405) 247-5873 • Fax: (405) 247-2360 • Toll Free: 1 (866) 435-5873
Thank you for your interest in the Delaware Nation Vocational Rehabilitation program (DNVRP).
DNVRP is designed to help individuals with disabilities to become or remain employed in a job
that is compatible with their disability or disabilities. All services must be geared toward this
goal. If you are found eligible you will meet with a Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) counselor to
develop an Individualized Plan for Employment (IPE) outlining your needs and how those will be
addressed in order to help you become employed in an appropriate position.
Please complete the enclosed application as thoroughly as possible. If you have any questions
about the needed information, please contact our ofﬁce or ask your counselor when you come
in for your initial appointment. The more information you include, the quicker we are able to
determine your eligibility and/or the services you might need. Included are several forms. The
Authorization of Release is important if we need to request information from your doctor(s) or
you give us permission to share information with other agencies or people. The General Health
Checklist helps us to learn more about what your conditions are and how they affect your ability
to work. The Documentation of Disability is very helpful. Please have your medical or
psychological health professional to complete this for us, if possible. You will also ﬁnd
information about the Client Assistance Program (CAP}.
Please include all the items included on the Documentation Checklist when you return your
application. Please do not date your application until you are ready to submit it.
If you are determined eligible and are involved with any other program that is providing services,
such as through your tribe or through the state's VR program (DRS), please let us know so we
can be sure we are all working together to help you reach your employment goal. In some
instances there are programs that can cover certain things the DNVRP is unable to and we may
be able to help with things they are not able to.