Divisions of Minnesota Rehabilitation Association
As a member of the MRA you are invited to join divisions, focusing on special rehabilitation issues in Minnesota. These divisions tackle important issues for a variety of rehabilitation professions with specialized journals and newsletters, as well as in-depth training seminars geared toward their members' disciplines. Each division has yearly membership fees.
Job Placement and Development (JPD)
To advance employment for all persons with disabilities through the identification and dissemination of information.To enhance the skills of job placement professionals and vocational rehabilitation counselors.
Minnesota Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Association (MRCEA)
The purpose of the association is to advance the profession of rehabilitation counseling through the establishment of professional ethics, public understanding, and supportive programs, which will assist all persons with disabilities in becoming self-sufficient and contributing members of society.
Minnesota Association of Service Providers in Private Rehabilitation (MASPPR)
We are a great network of professional rehabilitation providers in the Minnesota worker’s compensation system from all corners of the state and we are the largest division of MRA.
Minnesota Association of Rehabilitation Support Staff (ARTS)
MARSS serves as a vehicle for interaction and exchange of ideas between the public and private sectors of rehabilitation
We are a division for all who have concern regarding transition of young adults with disabilities into careers. Our division is focused on joining efforts between all interested parties – rehabilitation professionals, special education staff, aides, resource teachers, placement staff, transition coordinators, teachers, paraprofessionals, parents, and students.
Vocation Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association (VEWAA)
The Vocational Evaluation and Work Association, Inc (VEWAA) is an organization dedicated to developing, improving, and strengthening the practices and skills in both public and private rehabilitation organizations.