Creating a foundation for superior results
VSP, a department of Sinai Hospital, has been providing vocational services and employment opportunities for more than 44 years. Annually, its programs serve over 300 individuals with disabilities and economic need in the Baltimore metropolitan area.
Recognized as one of the region’s leaders in vocational rehabilitation, VSP utilizes a client-centered approach in offering a comprehensive continuum of training and workforce development services, including career assessment, work adjustment training, office technology skills training, job placement, and direct employment. Services are provided to both youth and adults at VSP’s Seton Business Park facility or within 30+ LBH departments at Sinai, Northwest and Levindale. A single-point-of-entry system (intake) allows streamlined access to VSP's complete array of services.
Accredited by the Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS) of the Maryland State Department of Education, a partner with the Veterans Administration Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment unit, a registered provider with Maryland’s Worker’s Compensation Commission and a long-term partner with the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development, VSP is renowned for its high quality, comprehensive, outcome-driven services. Individuals are typically referred to VSP for services from one of these funding sources or other third parties through grant funding.
VSP also offers an array of business services to the community including Janitorial, Mail Processing, Packaging and Assembly, Digital Printing Services and CD/DVD Duplication. Business services clearly links to vocational services, as VSP employs over 130 individuals, the majority with disabilities, to fulfill local business contracts.
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To maximize the employability of persons with significant barriers to employment through an array of workforce development services, while being mutually enhancing to LifeBridge Health.
5607 Metro Drive
Baltimore, MD 21215