Prevocational Training

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    Programs that provide individual and group instruction and/or counseling for individuals with disabilities (including mental health issues) who need to develop physical and emotional tolerance for work demands and pressures; acquire personal-social behaviors that will allow them to get along with employers and co-workers on the job; and develop the basic manual, academic and communications skills that are needed to acquire basic job skills.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    New Horizon Vocational Center (Glenwood Springs Office) - Center for IndependenceNHVC offers people with disabilities the opportunity to build relationships, foster education and vocational skills, and to access services and support needed to sustain life and employment. Members will find opportunities in the following areas: -Job seeking assistance -Computer skills -Janitorial Services Training -Restaurant training such as menu planning, budgeting, shopping, cooking, serving, safe food handling, etc. -Interpersonal skills -Resume writing, application completion, and interviewing skills -Community volunteering -Fundraising -Outreach -Transit Training -Small business skills Transportation for staff and consumers provided if needed to attend the class.Garfield CountyCenter for Independence (Glenwood Springs Office)Center for Independence
    New Horizon Vocational Center (Mesa County) - Center for IndependenceNHVC offers people with disabilities the opportunity to build relationships, foster education and vocational skills, and to access services and support needed to sustain life and employment. Members will find opportunities in the following areas: -Job seeking assistance -Computer skills -Janitorial Services Training -Restaurant training such as menu planning, budgeting, shopping, cooking, serving, safe food handling, etc. -Interpersonal skills -Resume writing, application completion, and interviewing skills -Community volunteering -Fundraising -Outreach -Transit Training -Small business skillsMesa CountyCenter for Independence (Grand Junction Office)Center for Independence
    New Horizon Vocational Center (Montrose Office) - Center for IndependenceNHVC offers people with disabilities the opportunity to build relationships, foster education and vocational skills, and to access services and support needed to sustain life and employment. Members will find opportunities in the following areas: -Job seeking assistance -Computer skills -Janitorial Services Training -Restaurant training such as menu planning, budgeting, shopping, cooking, serving, safe food handling, etc. -Interpersonal skills -Resume writing, application completion, and interviewing skills -Community volunteering -Fundraising -Outreach -Transit Training -Small business skills Transportation for staff and consumers provided if needed to attend the class.Montrose CountyCenter for Independence (Montrose Office)Center for Independence
    Pre-vocational Services - Continuum of ColoradoProvides an opportunity for developmentally disabled adults to learn employment skills, through paid work at local assembly and packaging businesses.Arapahoe CountyContinuum of ColoradoContinuum of Colorado
    School-to-Work Alliance Program (SWAP) - Poudre School DistrictArranges for employment for young adults between the ages of 16 to 25, with mild to moderate needs that are ready and available for work. If eligible, services include: - Resume development - Career exploration - Job readiness training - Job development - Job application assistance - Interviewing skills - Job placement - Support during initial job placement - Job coaching and 1 year follow up services.Larimer CountyPoudre School DistrictPoudre School District
    Young Adult Employment Assistance (Meeker) - School-to-Work Alliance Program (SWAP) of Rio BlancoProvides assistance to young adults with mild to moderate needs in the workplace in finding career track opportunities by providing: - Career exploration - Career assessments - Interest inventories - Interviewing skills - Resume development - Assistance with job applications - Interview clothing, work clothing - Tools for specific occupations - Bus passes - Adaptive technology - Job placement - Job coaching - MentoringRio Blanco CountyMeeker - School-to-Work Alliance Program (SWAP) of Rio BlancoSchool-to-Work Alliance Program (SWAP) of Rio Blanco
    Young Adult Employment Assistance (Rangely) - School-to-Work Alliance Program (SWAP) of Rio BlancoProvides assistance to young adults with mild to moderate needs in the workplace in finding career track opportunities by providing: - Career exploration - Career assessments - Interest inventories - Interviewing skills - Resume development - Assistance with job applications - Interview clothing, work clothing - Tools for specific occupations - Bus passes - Adaptive technology - Job placement - Job coaching - MentoringRio Blanco CountyRangely - School-to-Work Alliance Program (SWAP) of Rio BlancoSchool-to-Work Alliance Program (SWAP) of Rio Blanco

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