DSS: Employment Services

Employment Services


 

Aging Services Division - Employment  

The Senior Community Service Employment program (SCSEP) offers employment and training opportunities to interested older persons wishing to remain in the workforce.

 

Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS) 

This program assists individuals with significant physical and mental disabilities to prepare for, obtain and maintain employment.

 

Connect-Ability Program for People with Disabilities

The Connect-Ability program provides individualized benefits planning and counseling for people on public benefits.

 

SNAP Employment and Training
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) requires certain recipients to participate in employment and training activities. Individuals between the ages of 15 and 60 years of age must register unless otherwise exempt. A non-exempt individual must cooperate with the provisions of the employment and training program including participating in a job search and accepting employment as appropriate. Failure to meet the requirements may render the recipient or the entire household ineligible for benefits from the program.

 

Department of Labor - Welfare to Work
Jobs First Employment Services, provided by the Department of Labor, are designed to rapidly move recipients of Temporary Family Assistance into employment and toward self-sufficiency.

 



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