Virginia’s Regional Office for the Blind bounces back from a devastating fire. Today the Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired Roanoke Regional Office held a ribbon cutting and open house at its new office on Franklin Road. A fire destroyed the old office space on Airport Road, back in 2015.
“We endured as you will,” said Liang Liao, Roanoke Regional Manager. “And we continue to serve our clients and we’re looking forward to serving a lot more clients, our goal is to grow, grow our caseloads, grow as much as we can. “
DBVI helps people who are blind, visually impaired or deaf blind find employment, education and achieve independence.