Equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.This program is subject to provisions of the Jobs for “Veterans Act” Public Law 107-288 which provides priority of service to veterans and spouses of certain veterans.
Creating and expanding opportunities for economic success to those we serve.
Intensive Services are intended to identify obstacles to employment through a comprehensive assessment or individual employment plan in order to determine specific services needed, such as counseling and career planning, referrals to community services and, if appropriate, referrals to training.
According to WIA, Intensive Services are provided to adults and dislocated workers who are unemployed, have received at least one core service and are unable to obtain employment through core services, and are determined by a One-Stop operator to be in need of more intensive services to obtain employment.
Intensive Services are also provided to adults and dislocated workers who are employed, have received at least one core service and are determined by a One-Stop operator to be in need of intensive services to obtain or retain employment that leads to self-sufficiency, as described in § 663.230 of the WIA regulations.