Supported employment programs help people with disabilities to find and keep employment in the competitive labor force. Community based organizations such as local ARCs (Associations for Retarded Citizens), Goodwill Industries, the Mental Health Association of Connecticut and the Connecticut Institute for the Blind provide supported employment services as well as other vocational supports.
Services are provided at no cost to people with disabilities who receive services through one of the state agencies listed below.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE
Must have a disability that results in a significant barrier to employment and must need support services to find and retain employment in the competitive labor force
HOW TO APPLY
For needs assessment and linkage to appropriate vocational rehabilitation programs, contact one of the following state agencies:
TO FIND PROVIDERS IN CONNECTICUT’S COMMUNITY RESOURCES DATABASE:
Search by service name: Supported Employment
SOURCES: Agency listings in 2-1-1 database
PREPARED BY: 211/pt
CONTENT LAST REVIEWED: May2017