The Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center (WWRC) provides people with disabilities comprehensive, individualized services to realize personal independence through employment.

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Clients Served in Last 5 Years

Northern VA: 3,258          Eastern VA: 3,582
Southwest VA: 986          Central VA: 4,210*

*Includes Blue Ridge and Shenandoah Valley

Recent achievements made possible by the staff, students and supporters of WWRC:

  • More than 12,000 students have been served through the program in the past five years
  • 94% of Health Occupation, 88% of Food Service, 86% of Materials Handling, and 83% of Auto Mechanics graduates are earning between $9-$10/hour
  • 90% of External Training Option graduates are earning more than $10/hour
  • For the current fiscal year, 84% of graduates are employed making more than $10/hour


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WWRCF Brochure

Read more about the Foundation's work with WWRC.

J. D. entered WWRC after recommendations for business from our Vocational Evaluation Department. He also completed Life Skills, the Communication Skills Group, and entered the Business School for an assessment - and was recommended for full enrollment in the Records Data Base Management training in 2011. He completed the driving classes and was able to obtain his license after further practice at home. J.D. received excellent reports from his training instructor, as well as from his internship site supervisors with the Valley Community Services Board. He graduated in March 2012, and returned home to volunteer, as well as take some accounting classes. He was referred to Choice Group and worked with Erica Johnson to conduct his job search. During the course of his job hunt, a position of Staff Assistant in Human Resources became available through the Office of Inspector General at the U.S. Postal Service. J. D. started this full-time position in January 2013 making a salary of $34,000. J. D. had never worked before coming to WWRC.
— Maggie Clower, Former Director, WWRC Vocational Services