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Frequently Asked Questions

QUESTION: What is the Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP)?

ANSWER: ODEP is an agency within the U. S. Department of Labor. ODEP provides national leadership to increase employment opportunities for adults and youth with disabilities while striving to eliminate barriers to employment.


With the ultimate goal of increasing the number of people with disabilities who work, either as employees or entrepreneurs, ODEP provides policy analysis, technical assistance, development of innovative practices and strategies, and education and outreach to employers, employees and the disability community. Related to these efforts, ODEP also conducts a variety of employment-related programs and initiatives.

ODEP has awarded several grants to develop innovative programs and provide technical assistance to improve employment outcomes for adults and youth with disabilities.


What is the Department of Labor's 
Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP)?

Are there any specific financial assistance programs or 
scholarships available for individuals with disabilities who want to go to college?

How many people with disabilities are there?

How many people with disabilities are working?

How many people with disabilities are in the United States?

How does the federal government define "disability"?

What is National Disability Employment Awareness Month?

Does the Office of Disability Employment Policy have "disability awareness" materials that can be used for NDEAM events, or for other trainings and workshops for employers and other organizations?

Where can I find more information on specific disabilities or medical conditions?

Can DOL's Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) help people with disabilities find jobs?

I'm a person with a disability and I would like to work for the federal government. How do I get a job with the government?

I am a person with a disability. Where can I get information and financial assistance to start my own business?

I have recently become disabled and cannot do the work I had been doing in the past. Where can I get financial assistance for training or retraining?

What can I do if I think my employer or supervisor is discriminating against me because of my disability?

Is there anything that my employer must provide to help me do my job and accommodate my disability?

What can I do if I am having difficulty with disability payments from my insurance company?



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