Provide job placement and assistance to applicants. Work with area employers to find and develop a skilled labor force. Provides direct job placement, career counseling, job skills workshops, employer proficiency testing, computerized job information system and resume preparation, labor market information, and administration of the unemployment insurance program.
Provides training for childcare providers, a lending library of educational toys, books, videos and baby supplies, and referrals about child care options
Support for individuals on their recovery. Male/Female Recovery Groups, Wednesdays AA Group held at 3:00, Pre-GED Classes, Resume Writing and Job Search Support classes, Social Outings and Activities, Basic Computer Classes, Exercise and Nutrition classes, and limited assistance with rent and utilities for individuals that attended A.R.C.
Providing free legal services to those with low incomes including: Civil cases, wills for elderly, tenant affairs, domestic violence, bankruptcy, guardianship, child custody, social Security for kids under 18, consumer matters, some divorce cases, healthcare public benefits, probate matters