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Our Mission
SVRI serves as a leader to advance innovative programs and practice in disability and employment through partnerships in research, training, education, and services.

Our Vision
SVRI is the premiere resource for state-of-the-art knowledge, innovation, and services to positively impact people's health, employment, and economic stability. 

 PROFESSIONALISM Ι AUTHENTICITY 
INCLUSION Ι INNOVATION

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Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA)
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50th Anniversary Celebration

SVRI and Department of Rehabilitation
and Counseling 50th Anniversary

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About SVRI


Finding Answers, Creating Solutions, Ensuring Futures

SVRI is located at the University of Wisconsin–Stout in Menomonie and provides solutions to positively impact the future of persons with disabilities and others in the community through services, training, and research.

Service areas consist of Assistive Technology, Benefits Analysis, and Employment Services.

SVRI is accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facility (CARF) in services including Vocational Evaluation, Assistive Technology Support and Services, and Comprehensive Benefits Planning. www.carf.org

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SVRI Contact Information

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Referral for Services

101 Vocational Rehabilitation Bldg
221 10th Avenue East
Menomonie, WI 54751
Map and Directions to SVRI

Staff Directory

DVR Eligibility:
Toll Free: (888) 223-9479
(715) 232 - 5529

SVRI:
Toll Free: (800) 228 - 5457
(715) 232-1410
Email: svri@uwstout.edu

Online Training

CRC Exam Preparation Workshop
January 3 - March 1, 2019

REGISTER HERE

Testimonials

  • This was a great opportunity for me and I'm thankful to everyone that helped me now and in the future. Thanks again for everything.
  • Everyone was very caring and courteous. Thank you for everything.
  • I had a very enjoyable week and I am very happy with outcome.
  • I appreciate the opportunity to be a part of the program. I feel I've made leaps and bounds toward my goals and future. Thanx so much.