Information about DRS Telework, Building Closures and Event Cancellations

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General Information and Updates

Please check back here often for updates on how DRS is conducting business. As things change, we will post here, click on the Read More link to learn about building closure and event canellations.

DRS operates five program divisions with more than 25 programs which served 82,787 Oklahoman with disabilities in 2019.

Commission Meeting by Video Conference

The public is invited to use Zoom to attend the Commission for Rehabilitation Services’ meeting at 10:30 a.m. on Monday April 13, 2020.


Governor Kevin Stitt declared a state emergency caused by the threat of COVID-19 on March 19, 2020, and directed state agencies to relocate employees in order to balance their safety and welfare while continuing to provide critical services to the citizens of Oklahoma.

Information as of 03/31/20

100th Vocational Rehabilitation anniversary celebrates job success for Oklahomans with disabilities

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Oklahoma City ─ Tuesday, June 2, will mark the 100th anniversary of the Vocational Rehabilitation, the employment program for Americans and Oklahomans with disabilities.

The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services leads this federal-state partnership, which earns $4 federal dollars for every state $1 invested.

Approximately, 16.6 percent or more than 643,400 Oklahomans have disabilities, according to the U.S. Census’ 2017 American Community Survey.

Oklahoma School for the Blind Senior Class of 2020

The Oklahoma School for the Blind graduating class of 2020. OSB mascot.

MUSKOGEE, Okla. — The Oklahoma School for the Blind is proud to announce the senior class of 2020.

OSB is proud to announce this year's Valedictorian is Kaylee Ragon and the Salutatorian is Gabby King.

This year’s graduating class includes Allen Alender of Stillwater, Gabby King of Stigler, Kaylee Ragon of Tecumseh, Emma Saunders of Oklahoma City, Chris Shepherd of Sapulpa, Kentrell Wallace of Oklahoma City, Deporis Willis of Sand Springs and Zoie Zavala of Ardmore.