National Rehabilitation Association - NRA

Organization URL(s)

Other Contact Information

633 South Washington Street
Alexandria, VA 22314-4193
1-888-258-4295 (Voice - Toll-free)
703-836-0850 (Voice)
703-836-0848 (FAX)
703-836-0849 (Voice - TDD)


National Rehabilitation Association (NRA) was founded in 1925 to promote the vocational rehabilitation of persons with disabilities through advocacy, professional development, and public education. State and federal legislation designed to meet the needs of persons with disabilities is promoted. Conferences, meetings, continuing education, and seminars are sponsored to improve treatment and rehabilitation methods. Membership also includes publications and participation in a special interest division dealing with job placement, independent living, counseling, vocational adjustment, rehabilitation instruction, administration, private sector rehabilitation, multicultural interests, or other topics of concern to members.

Print Resources

NRA publishes special bulletins and professional materials. Journals and newsletters are published by the divisions as well as by NRA. Serial publications: Contemporary Rehab; Journal of Rehabilitation, quartery; Job Placement Digest, bimonthly; Journal of Rehabilitation Administration, quarterly; Administration and Supervision in Rehabilitation (newsletter), quarterly; Professional Report (newsletter)--news items of interest to rehabilitation counselors; Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling; VEWAA Newsletter, quarterly--news from the Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association; VEWAA Bulletin, quarterly; special seminar monographs.

Review Date

Tuesday, Nov 25, 2008