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Labor and Economic Opportunity

Individualized Services

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Michigan Rehabilitation Services exists to support eligible individuals with disabilities to prepare for and obtain competitive employment, including exploring the possibilities of self-employment or owning a small business.

People with disabilities who are working:   

  • Enter the mainstream of society.
  • Gain enhanced self-esteem.
  • Become more self-sufficient.
  • Pay more taxes.
  • Have more spending power -- contributing to the health of our economy.

Higher employment rates among people with disabilities mean:

  • Reduced welfare and institutionalization costs.
  • Increased taxpayer savings of millions of dollars.

Talent Acquisition Portal (TAP) for Job Seekers

National employment opportunities and career development resources.

  • Free to job seekers.
  • Post resume to national, centralized talent pool.
  • Job availability exposed to 80 vocational rehabilitation agencies in 50 states, territories, and Washington D.C.
  • Job matching by job goal and work location.
  • Online job application.
  • Online job fairs.
  • Preliminary online interviews.

If you are a current MRS customer and you would like to post your resume in TAP, talk to your MRS counselor about what you should do to get started.

Contact Information 

MRS offices are located throughout the state. Click here to find an office near you.

If you are not an MRS customer, but think you qualify for MRS services contact MRS at 800-605-6722* (toll free, voice).
*TTY users may contact us by dialing 7-1-1 and providing the relay operator with the toll free number.