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Comprehensive Disability Related Employment Programs

Found 6 resources (displaying 6)

Bridges Program
Mental Health Association in Jefferson County

425 Washington Street
Watertown, NY

Provides opportunities for individuals with mental health diagnoses to participate in various work units and educational areas.

Career Connections
The Arc Jefferson - St. Lawrence

615 West Main Street
Watertown, NY

Provides supported employment services for people with disabilities (not just intellectual or developmental) including job placement, coaching, application assistance, resumes, follow-ups, and school transitions.

Education, Employment and Skill-Building
ARISE Child and Family Service, Inc.

635 James Street
Syracuse, NY

Program offers services, assistance, information, advocacy and referral for those needing help navigating special education services, community habilitation, pre-vocational and employment programs, independent living skills and peer-to-peer support.

Employment Program
Disabled Persons Action Organization (DPAO)

633 Davidson Street
Watertown, NY

Offers developmentally disabled individuals within Jefferson County an opportunity to work in the community in paid and volunteer positions. Helps individuals identify their strengths, skills, and interests and develops opportunities to match the person with the right job, as well as employment …

North Country Association for the Visually Impaired

22 US Oval
Suite B-15
Plattsburgh, NY

Provides guidance, vision exams, and training in order to foster independence for individuals who are blind, legally blind, or visually impaired. Provides instruction on daily living skills, personal management assistance, adaptive equipment, educational/job/vocational training, referrals, one-on-on …

Supports for Employment
Liberty Resources

1065 James Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides employment opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities, mental illness, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, visual impairments, and traumatic brain injury. Services include screening and assessment, job development, intensive training, and extensive services …

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