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    Programs that provide individual or group training for people who want to learn the behaviors and techniques that are required for job retention. The training addresses regular attendance, punctuality, appropriate dress, adapting to supervision, employee rights and responsibilities and other similar topics. Included are job readiness programs for people who are seeking employment and postemployment programs that help people keep their job.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Employment ServicesThe Pathways Program is a case management system designed to assist clients to prepare for and find stable employment.SchoharieEMPLOYMENT: PATHWAYS PROGRAMSCHOHARIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Employment ServicesEmployment Resources support individuals in order to prepare for, find and retain jobs. We specialize in working with people who have difficulty finding a job, people with disabilities and people who are receiving temporary assistance and/or food stamps. We provide support with job readiness training; placement in competitive industry; follow-up employment supports including job coaches; finding child care, transportation or appropriate clothing for work; and assistance with other personal needs.FultonEMPLOYMENT SUPPORTS PROGRAMLEXINGTON - FULTON COUNTY CHAPTER NYSARC
    Employment ServicesNYSCB's Vocational Rehabilitation Program offers a pool of talented, reliable people who are trained in a variety of different fields, including hospitality, manufacturing, and office management. NYSCB's Vocational Rehabilitation Program can provide an employee who is losing their sight with technical assistance to adapt to their new impairment without sacrificing their career. NYSCB counselors work with employees and employers to obtain the appropriate adaptive equipment, mobility training, or reader services that can assist blind employees in retaining their position and performing job duties efficiently.RensselaerNYSCB VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION PROGRAMNEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
    Employment ServicesThe Vocational Services Program is a community mental health program serving persons 18 or over with severe and persistent mental illness, who are seeking to enter the workforce. The goal of vocational services is to assist individuals in obtaining and maintaining employment in their chosen field via individual counseling and-or a job club model. Staff help prepare people to search for employment, assists them with the hiring process and provides ongoing support once employed. The program assists individuals with activities such as connecting with community resources for benefits advisement, intensive job coaching, or obtaining work attire. In addition, staff coordinates employment concerns with clinical providers and employers to provide a continuity of care and to optimize the probability of success.AlbanyVOCATIONAL SERVICESNORTHEAST CAREER PLANNING
    Employment ServicesThe Workforce Division of the Department also co-manages Career Central, Albany's Career Center in partnership with the New York State Department of Labor and the Capital Region Workforce Investment Board. Together they provide a universally accessible workforce development system that meets the needs of jobseekers and employers and supports economic growth.AlbanyWORKFORCE DIVISIONALBANY DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AND WORKFORCE SERVICES
    Employment/Training ServicesSAIL provides information, advice, and assistance concerning resume development and writing for individuals with disabilities. The center also provides information, advice, and training concerning job-seeking skills including: dressing for an interview, maintaining personal hygiene, communicating with co-workers, communicating with supervisors.WarrenVOCATIONAL SERVICESSOUTHERN ADIRONDACK INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER
    Housing ServicesHATAS’s Pathways Project integrates housing and employment support services for 28 households with a history of homelessness and a disabling condition. The program includes rental subsidies, service planning, job-readiness training, employment placement assistance, case management, referrals to treatment, and other community services.AlbanyPATHWAYS SUPPORTIVE HOUSINGHOMELESS AND TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY (HATAS)
    Mental Health ServicesEast Side Center is a psychiatric rehabilitation program which supports personal growth in various areas of life. Well-being and rehabilitation are fostered through vocational and pre-vocational programs, supportive counseling, recreation and socialization activities, educational training and health workshops. Also offers Project C.H.O.I.C.E. is a 12 week vocational program which helps people make important decisions about working. Time is spent taking stock of personal values and characteristics that have a significant impact on success in the workplace. Work preferences are examined to help individuals make choices that are likely to lead to satisfaction and success. Information about effective relationships at work and positive work behaviors is presented via videotapes, speakers and group exercises. Resume development and interviewing skills are also addressed.WarrenEAST SIDE CENTERMENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT- COMMUNITY SERVICES FOR WARREN AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES
    Youth Enrichment ServicesPrograms for young adults aged 18-24 of all skill/education levels providing GED instruction (if needed), training in green construction, EMT/Nursing Assistant, advanced weatherization, other career tracks.SchenectadyCAREER DEVELOPMENT SERVICESNORTHEAST PARENT AND CHILD SOCIETY

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