Job-readiness programs help veterans find and maintain stable employment.
So often homelessness can be traced back to unemployment due to a lack of necessary job-readiness skills. In order to break the cycle of homelessness, we provide job-readiness and training services to help veterans reach self-sufficiency through long-term employment.
Homeless Veteran Employment Program
Veterans Resource Center, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis The goal for each veteran is self-sufficiency through long-term employment. Services offered during the year-long program include job-readiness skill development; resume writing; job searching, placement and coaching; career clothing; transportation; and referrals to community resources. These programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Employment Program for Female Veterans and Veterans with Families
SuperJobs Center, Cincinnati Case managers work with participants on overcoming employment barriers, interviewing skills and provide job search and retention support to female veterans and veterans with families as they work to secure stable employment and regain independence.
Contact information for all programs and services can be found in our Program Directory.