Vocational Rehabilitation links participants with ANB staff who provide job training, interview skills, and post-employment support to help you find and keep a job.
Services we offer in conjunction with Vocational Rehabilitation:
Work Adjustment Training - paid training program tailored to your areas of interest and employment goals. You will receive hands-on, on-the-job training to prepare you for a role in your selected field.
Common worksites include:
- Animal care - Retail
- Customer service - Call center
- Clerical / administrative - Warehouse / shipping & receiving
- Auto body - IT
Job Training - targeted training for specific skills you may need to find or keep a job.
Job Search & Placement - one-on-one time with our employment team to help you develop a strong personal marketing strategy, polished resume, and interview skills. Our team will help you apply to positions, attend interviews with you, and provide feedback to aid you in your job search.
Independent Living Skills (RIS) - helping you develop the skills to get to work each day, such as assisting with routes for public transportation, working out a schedule to get you there on time, understanding job accommodations, or other individualized support you may need.
Post-Employment Support - support once you have landed your dream job. We stay with you while you adjust to employment to ensure strong communication with your team. We’ll also assist to knocking down any barriers that may keep you from maintaining employment, such as helping to ask for reasonable accommodations or navigating transportation options
If you currently receive services from Vocational Rehabilitation, contact us to find out which services may be right for you. If you do not have a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, click here to find out if you qualify and how to apply.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) connects ANB staff with participants to provide real world work experience and professional skills along with necessary skills for youth to learn as they branch out on their own, such as budgeting. Participants eligible for this services are between the ages of 16-24 and may be in or out of school.
Services we offer in conjunction with WIOA:
Work Experience - up to 400 hours of paid experience that provides participants with on-the-job training, preparing them for full-time employment.
Supportive Services - assistance in identifying and overcoming barriers to employment, such as securing child care, obtaining bus passes, etc.
Financial Literacy - individualized attention to assist participants in analyzing their personal situation and budgeting accordingly. This services also covers developing credit, managing debt, and planning for large costs such as student loans or the purchase of a car/home.
Labor Market Information - exploration of career options based on current occupational statistics. We will also assist you in completing informational interviews and identifying career paths that make sense for you.
Follow Up - extended support once to obtain employment. We can assist with building relationships with the team and overcoming barriers that may keep you from being successful.
Why Work with ANB Services?
- ANB prides itself on serving clients with quality and integrity
- Management has 30 years of combined experience in behavioral & mental health
- Staff has ample experience with disability management & employment services
- All staff obtain fingerprint cards & are subject to background checks
- Individualized attention and advocacy
- Free access to self-paced training in a variety of areas with Skillsoft
- Small business feel with a large imprint in the community!
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We provide individuals with the skills and knowledge to take hold of their future by gaining technical & professional skills that will allow them to reach their vocational goals. Our employment team brings their expertise in individualized training and community partnerships, and you bring your desire to learn and grow in a new role.