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Working to achieve employment and independence for Georgians with disabilities.
Join us for a week-long stay on the Roosevelt Warm Springs campus, exploring opportunities to work and participating in activities that will prepare you for life after high school. Experience living in a dorm, all while having fun and meeting our supportive staff in historic Warm Springs.
If you have a permanent disability and want to work or need our services to keep the job that you have, go to the link below and our Customer Care unit will direct you to the appropriate office and answer any questions that you have.
The Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency (GVRA) is pleased to announce that Meriwether County native and former Manchester High School Principal Dennis “Chip” Medders has been named Residential Director of the Warms Springs Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center (RWS) and Cave Spring Center (CSC). He assumes his new position on March 1.
The Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency (GVRA) is pleased to announce that veteran law enforcement officer Carl Hearn has been promoted to Chief of Police for the Roosevelt Warm Springs Police Department.
Eighty students from across Georgia graduated from the Roosevelt Warms Springs (RWS) Rehabilitation Center today, taking with them training in life skills and workplace certifications for current and future jobs.
GROW is a program for students 14-21 offered by the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency (GVRA). High school juniors and seniors will join their peers in work-based learning, career exploration and self-advocacy activities.