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EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING, AND BUSINESS SERVICES - NCBCN

NEVADA COUNTY BUSINESS AND CAREER NETWORK #4663791


location_on A
  • 988 McCourtney Rd
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Grass Valley Office
    530-265-7088

Alliance for Workforce Development offers services through the Nevada County Business and Career Network offices

Employment resources include:
  • Resource center with access to computers, a printer machine, job listings, staff assistance, and referral forms to specific programs
  • Youth employment and on-the-job training
  • Career guidance
  • Unemployment assistance (computer help with EDD claims and contacts for EDD)
  • Workshops for:
    • Resumes
    • Basic computer skills
    • Job search
  • Training assistance and assessment
  • Special funding to assist workers impacted by COVID-19 (email covid19customer@ncen.org)
  • May be able to assist with:
    • Child care
    • Housing
    • Utility assistance
    • Transportation assistance
    • Tools
    • Telework equipment
    • and more
Opportunities for Business Services include:
  • Job listings
  • Human Resources assistance and information
  • Hiring assistance
  • Referrals
    Web pagesIf you are outside AFWD's service area of Nevada County (an… [read more]
    EMPLOYMENT SERVICES - PRIDE INDUSTRIES

    PRIDE INDUSTRIES #4661629


    location_on B
    • 960 McCourtney Rd
      Grass Valley, Nevada
    local_phone
    • Business Services
      800-550-6005

    Provides a range of solutions to overcome barriers to employment and succeed in the workplace. Services are designed to meet each individual's needs and interests and include assessment, career planning, training, placement, on-the-job support, follow-up, and case management.





     
    TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY (TBI) PROGRAM - FREED

    FREED CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING #46862334


    location_on B
    • 435 Sutton Way
      Grass Valley, Nevada

    FREED provides support for individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) to reintegrate into the community, attend a weekly support group, receive supported living services, vocational services, or other independent living services.

    Web pagesThis resource is eligible for electronic referral.
    VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES - DOR

    CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION #4660976


    location_on C
    • 721 Capitol Mall Dr.
      Sacramento, Sacramento
    local_phone
    • Phone 1
      530-823-4040

    The California Department of Rehabilitation offers Vocational Rehabilitation services for Californians with disabilities and Student Services for students with disabilities.

    You are eligible for DOR Vocational Rehabilitation services if you:
    • have a disability and want to work
    • are having trouble getting or keeping a job because of your disability
    • need services such as job placement, training, and/or other job preparation to help you get or keep a job, or advance in employment
    To get DOR Student Services:
    • You must be a student (you need to be enrolled in school, but it's okay if you're on break or if school hasn't started yet).
    • You're between the ages of 16 and 21 (including 16 and 21).
    • At least one of these options is true:
      • You have a 504 Plan, or you’re eligible for one if you want one.
      • You have an IEP.
      • You have a disability.
      • Others think you have a disability.
    DOR programs include:
    • Assistive Technology
    • Independent Living
    • Services for people who are blind
    • Servi…
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    TICKET TO WORK PROGRAM - SSA

    SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION #70463624


    location_on D
    • 11855 Edgewood Road
      Auburn, Placer
    local_phone
    • Help Liine
      866-968-7842

    The Social Security Administration's Ticket to Work Program supports career development for Social Security disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 who want to work. The Ticket Program is free and voluntary. The Ticket Program helps people with disabilities progress toward financial independence. Individuals who receive Social Security benefits because of a disability and are age 18 through 64 probably already qualify for the program.
     
    Disability Beneficiary, Family Member or Caretaker
    Visit the Choose Work Site - https://choosework.ssa.gov/
    The Ticket to Work (Ticket) program is a good fit for people who want to improve their earning potential and are committed to preparing for long-term success in the workplace. The Ticket program offers beneficiaries with disabilities access to meaningful employment with the assistance of Ticket to Work employment service providers called Employment Networks (EN).
     
    Service Provider or Interested in Becoming One
    Visit the Site for Service Pr… [read more]
    LOCATIONS - PRIDE INDUSTRIES

    PRIDE INDUSTRIES #86844930


    location_on E
    • 10030 Foothills Blvd.
      Roseville, Placer

    Locations of Pride Industries offices - https://www.prideindustries.com/contact-us





     
    DEAF ACCESS PROGRAM - CDSS

    CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES #4661994


    location_on F
    • 744 P Street
      Sacramento, Sacramento
    local_phone
    • Phone 1
      916-651-8848

    The Deaf Access Program provides the following services:
    • Communication Services - sign language interpreters and translation of documents for deaf clients with low language skills
    • Advocacy Services
    • Job Development and Placement
    • Information and Referral
    • Counseling
    • Independent Living Skills Instruction
    • Community Education
    Web pagesREGION VII - NorCal Services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing (NorCal)
    4044 N. Freeway Blvd.
    Sacramento, CA 95834
    916-349-7500 (Voice)
    916-993-3048 (Videophone)
    916-550-9355 (Videophone P3)
    Email:piar@dss.ca.gov
    Website: www.norcalcenter.org