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Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired (702)
Strategic PlanningBiennium
Mission

The mission of the Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired (DBVI) is to provide services and resources which empower individuals who are blind, vision impaired, or deafblind to achieve their desired levels of employment, education, and personal independence.

Agencies are working on their 2022-24 strategic plans. Plans won't contain any data until they publish. For older plans, please see the archive just below.
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Budget Information
DollarsPositions
BienniumChapter TitleYear 1Year 2Year 1Year 2
2022-2024Chapter 2, 2022 Acts of Assembly, Special Session 1$89,332,377$89,332,377162.00162.00
2020-2022Chapter 1, 2022 Acts of Assembly, Special Session 1$100,319,671$87,108,609155.00155.00
2018-2020Chapter 1283, 2020 Acts of Assembly$72,367,576$73,505,294155.00155.00
See Current Year Operating Plan  showing budgets broken out by Program
There are 8 active capital projects associated with this agency
Performance Measures
Active performance measures for this agency
Detailed Measures Report - Table Format
Measure NameMeasure Class
Average hourly wage of individuals who have completed their Vocational Rehabilitation program and were closed as successfully employedOther Agency
Number of individuals who are blind employed by Virginia Industries for the BlindOther Agency
Number of infants, children and youth served through our partnership with families, early childhood service providers, and school division staffOther Agency
Percentage of infants and toddlers birth through age two who are blind or vision impaired and receive multiple direct services from Education Services staff as compared to infants and toddlers who are known to us as blind or vision impaired and do not receive multiple direct servicesAgency Key
Ratio of the total earnings of Vocational Rehabilitation consumers achieving a successful employment outcome compared to Vocational Rehabilitaion program service funds expendedProductivity
The percentage of Rehabilitation Teaching/ Independent Living (RT/IL) cases closed as successfully able to obtain or maintain independent living within the home environment as a result of services provided as compared to those RT/IL cases closed as unable to live independentlyAgency Key
The percentage of Vocational Rehabilitation cases closed that received services with successful employment outcomes as compared to those Vocational Rehabilitation closed cases that received services without achieving an employment outcomeAgency Key
7 Measures
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