Apply to the Maryland State Department of Education’s Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)
DORS has a wide variety of vocational rehabilitation programs that help individuals with disabilities prepare for the future, such as: vocational guidance & counseling; career assessment; job training; college or technical training; job search, placement and job-keeping services; supported employment; and rehabilitation technology.
If you have a significant disability, but are worried that you will lose health care coverage by going to work, Maryland’s Employed Individuals with Disabilities (EID) Program can help.
The EID encourages people with disabilities to work or increase their earnings. There is no minimum earnings requirement, so working at any level, however minimal, can enable someone to qualify.