Frequently Asked Questions

//Frequently Asked Questions

Below are a some frequently asked questions for your convenience. Call us directly for answers to your specific questions and unique situation. We’d love to hear from you!


Most of our referrals come through the Georgia Department of Rehabilitation.  First, you apply through DHR and they obtain your medical information, disabilities, etc. In many cases, DHR will refer you to New Ventures, Inc. for Work Evaluation and Work Adjustment programs.  We specialize in creating customized work and classroom programs for each individual.
Depending on your needs, our NVI workforce might be the perfect fit for your company. Our workers help many businesses just like yours! Call us today to discuss your needs and how we might be able to help you.
We hope it’s with us! However, to make sure your child’s needs are fully understood and evaluated, we would first refer you to Vocational Rehabilitation (VR), and they can be reached at (706) 298-7270.
There is no fee to benefit from our training program.  In most instances, individuals will earn a training wage during their participation in New Ventures Inc. work programs.
We would suggest that you first contact Vocational Rehabilitation so your friend can get a full evaluation of their needs. Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) can be reached at (706) 298-7270. If for any reason VR is unable to help, let us know and we will try to find other resources to assist them in finding training and/or employment.
When your business hires disabled workers, you may qualify for some of the following tax credits and deductions. More detailed information may be found in the IRS publications referenced.

Disabled Access Credit: This is a tax credit for an eligible small business that pays or incurs expenses to provide access to persons with disabilities. The expenses must be to enable the eligible small business to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. (IRS Code Section 44) — See IRS Publication 535 and Form 8826

Barrier Removal Tax Deduction: Businesses may be able to take an annual deduction for expenses related to removing physical, structural, and transportation barriers for people with disabilities. — See IRS Publication 535

Work Opportunity Credit: This credit provides employers with an incentive to hire persons from certain population groups having a particularly high unemployment rate or other special employment needs, such as Vocational Rehabilitation referrals.– See IRS Form 5884, Form 3800, and Form 8850

We serve people with all kinds of disabilities, so long as they are able to perform a task to the satisfaction of the employer. Our training is customized to the individual person so that new skills are learned and existing skills are made even stronger.
We’re proud to have a “Who’s Who in Business” on our client list, including: Duracell, Interface, DFCS, Troup County School System, all state agencies who order our State Use items, Kaydon and Wheelabrator, just to name a few.  Try us — you’ll see we will do a great job for you too!
We have been proudly serving our clients since 1972.
We are a training facility for individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment.  Learn more about us in our About Us section.

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