Questions and Answers

For more information on MAVS, we encourage you to check out this list of frequently asked questions.

When did MAVS begin?

MAVS began in 2015 by Kristina Fredericksen, who holds a Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling. Kristina has always been passionate about helping others and decided to bring MAVS to life after developing a positive business relationship with a Georgia VR office through an internship.

How can a disabled individual benefit from MAVS?

MAVS provides individuals with a myriad of disabilities with the knowledge and resources they need to obtain and maintain meaningful employment. With our guidance, they can enjoy the productive, fulfilling lives they deserve.

What makes MAVS different?

First and foremost, our associates are well-educated and hold various certifications that can provide individuals with disabilities with the highest quality services. In addition, MAVS is a mobile practice, meaning we will drive to our clients.

How many clients has MAVS served?

In 2017, we successfully served 1,000 clients. Since we have become the go-to destination for any individual with vocational rehab needs in the Metro-Atlanta area, this number continues to grow.

What services do you offer?

MAVS offers a plethora of services to meet the needs and preferences of each and every client. Check out our services page for more information.

Who is part of the MAVS team?

MAVS is pleased to have a team of dedicated, hard-working, and highly-educated professionals who strive to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities by assisting them with pre employment skills- vocational evaluations, job readiness training, social skills, and more. Check out our team for further details.

How can an individual begin services with MAVS?

Caregivers and individuals who are interested in beginning services are encouraged to contact us today. We look forward to hearing from you and will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Does a counselor need to advocate for services?

Yes. We recommend disabled individuals advocate for services with their VR counselor. If you do not currently have a counselor, you can obtain one by calling (404) 232-1998, or (844) FOR-GVRA.