Grant Award Information for H126A180015
For Vocational Rehabilitation State Grants, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) provides states with some flexibility with respect to the organizational positioning of the program within the state structure. In the State of Hawaii, the VR program is located in a health and human services agency, and within that in a designated state unit that is primarily concerned with VR or vocational and other rehabilitation of individuals with disabilities.
For Vocational Rehabilitation State Grants, the Designated State Agency (DSA) is the entity which administers state plan or supervises its administration. For this grant, the DSA is Hawaii Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.
The Designated State Unit (DSU) - which is responsible for VR service delivery, policy formulation and implementation , and allocation and expenditure of funds - is the same as the DSA for this grant award.
Hawaii Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Attention: Maureen Bates
1390 Miller Street, Room 209
Honolulu,, HI 96813
Fax Number: 808-586-9755
TTY Number: 808-692-7715
Email address: MBates@dhs.hawaii.gov
Recent awards: BASIC-VR FY2020: H126A200015 , OIB FY2020: H177B200011 , RAND-SHEP FY2019: RANDS18PHI , SE FY2020: H187B200016
Actual award(s) for H126A180015
|Award info||Award through||Amount|
|CR-02 / CR-03 Award||01/19/2018||1,438,095|
|4th Quarter Award||09/30/2018||1,874,129|
Click on the award amount in the following table to open the grant award page for that year's award.
|Program||FY 2018||FY 2017||FY 2016|
|Vocational Rehabilitation State Grants||13,379,760||12,944,272||13,379,872|
|Independent Living Services for Older Individuals Who Are Blind||225,000||225,000||225,000|
|Supported Employment (SE) Services for Individuals with the Most Significant Disabilities||150,000||300,000||300,000|