Vocational Rehabilitation

Let us help you find and train for a meaningful career. Our network of employers provide a wide variety of placement opportunities designed to suit your needs and interests.

Contact us today at 715-478-5180 for more information.

The Sokaogon Chippewa Community Health Clinic Offers Vocational Rehabilitation Services in Northern Wisconsin and Accepts All Major Insurance

Job Placement

We work with a network of employers to find you a job that matches your needs and interests.

Job Training

Not only do we help you find a job, we train you so you can thrive in any role you take.

Counseling

If you need advice on how to navigate this process we can help with that too.

Other Services

If you have questions about other services we offer please give us a call.

Speak with a Vocational Rehabilitation expert

Call 715-478-5180 for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who qualifies for vocational rehabilitation

The Department of Health Services (DHS) is one of the largest and most diverse state agencies in Wisconsin, with an annual budget of roughly $11.5 billion and more than 6,100 employees. DHS is committed to protecting and promoting the health and safety of the people of Wisconsin, making sure everyone can live their best life.

DHS oversees Medicaid, the single largest program in the state budget, and other health and social service programs. DHS ensures that the care provided to Wisconsin residents is high quality and provided in accordance with state and federal law; ensures that Wisconsin taxpayer dollars are being used effectively and efficiently by preventing and detecting waste, fraud, and abuse; and works to continue Wisconsin’s long tradition of strong health outcomes and innovation.

DHS works with local counties, health care providers, community partners, and others to provide alcohol and other drug abuse prevention, mental health, public health, implementation of long-term care, disability determination, regulation of state nursing homes, and numerous other programs that aid and protect the citizens of our state. DHS also oversees seven 24/7 institutions: three centers for the developmentally disabled; a facility for mentally ill inmates; two psychiatric hospitals; and a facility for treating sexually violent persons.

How long does it take for placement or training?

Due to Covid-19 the processes have changed a bit so we cannot provide a “one size fits all” answer. Please call us directly for more information.

What to Expect From Your Visit

Our trained team of professionals will work with you to understand your unique situation and what your needs are. As we navigate this process with you, our team will learn about what you are looking for and what type of training we can offer to help you get there.

A negative Covid-19 test is required before any patient will be allowed to enter the clinic for an appointment. We ask that all patients observe 6 ft. social distancing when they visit our clinic. Masks are required. If you have a pre-existing medical condition that prevents you from wearing a mask please call us before you arrive so we can make arrangements for your appointment.

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715-478-5904

Our Location

3144 VanZile Road
Crandon, WI 54520

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