The Victoria Disability Resource Centre (VDRC) is proud to offer a number of services so people, regardless of their disability, are empowered and enabled to define their own goals, find peer support, and develop empowerment skills.
Learn more about how the Information and Referral (I&R) program can provide you with information and answer any questions or concerns you may have about disability-related supports and programs on this page.
You can get a parking permit by visiting the Victoria Disability Resource Centre, by phone, fax, or by email.
Our Peer Support Program provides and promotes opportunities for people with disabilities to share information, ideas, life experiences and skills.
The VDRC’s Employment Program focuses on increasing job search skills. To learn more about it, or to get on our job-posting list, visit this page.
The VDRC offers various workshops. See what workshops are currently being offered by visiting this page.
We offer the free use of three public computers and a printer, as well as a number of Assistive Technology (AT) software programs and devices, to people with disabilities.
The Volunteer Skills Development Program is designed to provide volunteers with real-life experiences in a work environment.
The VDRC offers a training program for employers to help them increase their awareness of and comfort level with addressing disability issues.
LEAD aims to educate youth about disabilities through presentations delivered in schools. Our presenters share their experiences with living with a disability and offer interactive activities.