With self-sufficiency as a primary goal, Employment Services strives to overcome barriers to successful employment.
The Human Services Agency contracts with community partners to provide counseling for individuals trying to overcome substance abuse or mental illness.
Many Welfare-to-Work (WTW) participants come to the Human Services Agency with little education. Through contracts with various community partners, participants may receive classes in English as a Second Language.
Depending on results taken from a skills assessment test, applicants may be eligible to receive training in certain job fields.
Work Experience Placement finds temporary job placements for WTW participants with local businesses in a variety of job fields.