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Improving Employment & Quality of Life For Virginians with Disabilities

The Virginia State Rehabilitation Council (SRC) is a group of individuals, most of whom have disabilities, appointed by the Governor to work on behalf of people with disabilities by serving as a source of advice, information, and support for the Commonwealth's Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services vocational rehabilitation and supported employment programs. The SRC constantly is searching for ways to communicate with DARS consumers, other people with disabilities, and those who support them.


The mission of the Virginia State Rehabilitation Council, in partnership with the Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services, and in collaboration with advocacy groups, consumers and their families, is to ensure quality services for Virginians with disabilities to achieve meaningful employment, self-sufficiency and independence.


All Virginians with disabilities have access to quality services leading to meaningful employment, self-sufficiency and independence.

SRC Members

Image of SRC Members.

Seated left to right: Pamela Cobbler and James A. Rothrock
Standing left to right: Richard Keene, Ellen A. McIhenny, Tonya Fowler, Samantha Hollins, Robbin Blankenship, Bruce Phipps, Sally Thompson, Deloris A. Johnson, Suzanne Bowers, Linda Garris-Bright, David Axselle
Not Pictured: Lauren Snyder-Roche, Julie Triplett, Kate Broderick

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