Our Services

Washington State Department of Services for the Blind (DSB) provides “one front door” for people of all ages who are blind or have low vision to get the vocational rehabilitation services they need to build or continue their careers.


Our Vocational Rehabilitation Program enables people age 14 and older who are blind or have low vision to overcome barriers to accessing, maintaining or returning to employment or other useful occupation. Learn more about DSB’s VR services.

Services for Students and Youth

We serve students and youth with visual impairments through high school and on through their transition to college or employment. See the DSB programs and workshops for young people.


DSB Explorers is a new program providing experiences and activities for children under age 13 who are low vision, blind, or deaf-blind and their families. Learn about Explorers activities. 

Independent Living

DSB provides individuals who are blind or have low vision the ability to choose their lifestyle and level of independence based on information and their choice, not perceived limitations. View DSB services to promote your independence.

Business Engagement

We work with businesses, non-profits, and government organizations to improve the diversity, equity, and inclusion in their workplace cultures. Discover how DSB can help you maximize your resources and improve your bottom line.


Request services online. Or contact us at 800-552-7103 or info@dsb.wa.gov for more information.