Media Advisory: Alamosa Workforce Center Now Open in New Location

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For Immediate Release | May 2, 2023

(ALAMOSA) — The Alamosa Workforce Center hosted an open house of its new location at 305 Murphy Dr, Unit B, Alamosa, CO 81101, to mark the official inauguration of this co-located facility dedicated to serving the employment needs of the community.

The co-location of the Colorado Rural Workforce Consortium’s (CRWC) Alamosa Workforce Center and the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) provides enhanced services and support to job seekers, businesses, and individuals with disabilities in the Alamosa area.

To celebrate this partnership, an open house was held on May 1, from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., providing an opportunity for the community to tour the facility, meet the staff, and learn more about the services offered.

The Alamosa Workforce Center is dedicated to helping job seekers and businesses meet their employment and workforce needs. Staffed by experienced professionals, the center offers a wide range of services and resources, including job search assistance, career counseling, skill development, employment services, career assessment and exploration, Veteran services, supportive services, workshops, and training programs.

Additionally, the center provides support to businesses through recruitment, retention, and upskilling services. By partnering with local businesses, the center aims to strengthen the workforce and enhance Colorado's economic vitality.

"We are excited about the co-location of the Alamosa Workforce Center and DVR," said Suzie Miller, Director of the CRWC. "This partnership will allow us to better serve the community by providing comprehensive services and resources to job seekers, businesses, and individuals with disabilities."

DVR supports individuals with disabilities to prepare for, obtain, advance in, and maintain employment by providing a range of services based on individual employment needs and goals. Rehabilitation Counselors work closely with each person to determine an employment goal and identify and arrange for the services that will be needed to achieve this goal. DVR believes that anyone with a disability who wants to work, can work, regardless of the type or severity of their disability.

CDLE Alamosa Workforce Center Staff

For further information about the services, programs, or relocation, please contact the Alamosa Workforce Center staff at 720-204-8723 or You may also visit the Alamosa Workforce Center website.