Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas provides a variety of resources for the job seekers with disabilities. Center Resource Rooms in Abilene, Brownwood, Snyder, and Sweetwater have a minimum of 1 wheelchair accessible workstation. A large-screen monitor (20”), oversized keyboard, and a trackball mouse are also available in each of these locations.
We also offer other resources for individuals with disabilities.
Power doors offer easy access to the Abilene Workforce Center.
Telephones in the Resource Room at Brownwood, Snyder, and Sweetwater may be used to connect with Relay Texas by calling 7-1-1 or (800) 735-2989. For more information, please visit the Relay Texas website.
JAWS (Job Access with Speech), a screen reader software for individuals with vision impairments, is available in all offices.
Facts You Should Know
A person with a disability as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has the right to access all services, programs, and activities provided at Workforce Centers.
Asking for Help
If you have a disability and you require a special service or accommodation, you must let us know. This is your choice and your right. Disclosing the nature of your disability can have tangible benefits, such as qualifying for training opportunities by eliminating the consideration of the income of other family members that could otherwise make you ineligible.
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
If you are seeking additional resources in our region, please contact a representative at one of our local Texas Workforce Commission Vocational Rehabilitation offices or visit their website.
-Abilene office: 1969 Industrial Blvd, 325-690-3800
-Brownwood office: 2400 Crockett Dr, Suite 100, 325-641-7180
Employment Network (EN) for the Ticket to Work Program