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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services

Agency 45. Department For The Blind And Vision Impaired

Agency Summary
Chapter 10
Regulation Guidelines for Public Participation [Repealed]
Chapter 11
Public Participation Guidelines [Repealed]
Chapter 12
Public Participation Guidelines
Chapter 20
Regulations to Govern the Operation of Vending Facilities in Public Buildings and Other Property
Chapter 30
Regulations Governing the Sale and Distribution of Goods and Articles Made by Blind Persons
Chapter 40
Rules and Regulations Governing Vending Facilities in Public Buildings
Chapter 50
Regulation Governing Provisions of Services in Vocational Rehabilitation [Repealed]
Chapter 51
Regulations Governing Provision of Services in Vocational Rehabilitation
Chapter 60
Regulations Governing Provision of Services for the Infants, Children, and Youth Program [Repealed]
Chapter 70
Regulations Governing the Provision of Rehabilitation Teaching and Independent Living Services
Chapter 80
Provision of Independent Living Rehabilitation Services [Repealed]
Chapter 90
Supervision of Administrative Regulations Governing Intake and Social Services [Repealed]
Chapter 100
Regulations Governing DeafBlind Services
Chapter 110
Regulations Governing Low Vision

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