This Employment Ontario service is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario and through the Canada-Ontario Job Fund Agreement.
The Supported Employment program provides employment services to people who self-identify as having a disability who want more intensive support services. The program will offer the flexibility and choice needed to meet a broad range of needs, including job readiness, job matching and long-term job retention services.
Supported Employment is designed to assist people with disabilities to re-enter the workforce successfully. A team of skilled professionals can provide specialized services to minimize barriers and help participants develop feasible goals and reintegrate into gainful, meaningful employment.
Job Zone d’emploi assists individuals with all aspects of job identification and job development from identifying what kind of work is available, to negotiating employment opportunities with employers and contacting employees and employers to discuss progress in the workplace.
Inclusion Alliance – Who We Are
The Inclusion Alliance is a consortium built from experienced employment services providers who have pooled their resources and work together to deliver supported employment services.
In the case of the Inclusion Alliance, there are two members:
The Inclusion Alliance works closely with the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Champlain East. With capable and trusted organizations working together, Inclusion Alliance is here to bring talented individuals into the workforce.
The Supported Employment Program also works with other community partners who increase the range and effectiveness of our services.
When people work together and support each other, amazing things can happen.
Visit the website for additional information: https://www.inclusionalliance.ca/