Employment Stability

EMPLOYMENT STABILITY
Individuals gain and maintain employment.

WHY IT MATTERS
To be financially stable, adults must have reliable jobs that provide sufficient income to support themselves and their families. This is particularly difficult for individuals with developmental disabilities, insufficient education, returning citizens and those suffering from mental illness and substance abuse. Creating employment opportunity by addressing these many barriers results in long-term, sustainable economic success for all.

2017 FUNDED PROGRAMS
Coastal Center for Developmental Services: Community Employment Services
Eastside Concerned Citizens: Career Development and Asset Building
Economic Opportunity for Savannah-Chatham County Area: Tom D. Austin House
Family Promise of Bryan County: Interfaith Hospitality Network
Family Promise of Effingham: Interfaith Hospitality Network
Family Promise of Greater Savannah: Interfaith Hospitality Network
Georgia Legal Services Program: Records Restriction and Re-Entry Project
Goodwill of Southeast Georgia: Workforce Development Services
Lutheran Services of Georgia: Refugee and Immigrant Employment Services
Mary Lou Fraser Foundation for Families: Fraser Counseling Center
Ready2CONNECT: GED Preparation
Ready2CONNECT: Job Readiness
Royce Learning Center: Adult and Community Education
Savannah Association for the Blind: Work Readiness for Vision Impairment
Social Apostolate of Savannah: Vital Documents Program
Step Up Savannah: Chatham Apprentice Program
Union Mission: Employment Training and Counseling Services

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