Career Services

Career Services provide women with economic independence, which empowers them to take control of their own life path.

NCADD

Career Services

At NCADD, we believe one of the keys to a long-term, successful recovery from drug and/or alcohol abuse is creating a long-term plan for a stable lifestyle. This involves a peer support group, family counseling and vocational and educational training. The vocational and educational training provides women with economic independence, which empowers them to take control of their own life path.

Career Services provides individualized and comprehensive career services for women who have experienced long-term barriers to employment, such as substance use, mental illness, trauma, domestic violence, and disability. Our team consists of a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor with a Doctorate in Rehab Education, a Job Development Coordinator, an Employment Assistant, a Peer Job Coach, and a part-time GED Instructor.

Our team supports women from GED through post- employment. This includes, not only obtaining and maintaining employment but also identifying and planning for career advancement. We provide both on-site and off-site post-secondary education mentoring and job coaching. Additionally, we offer peer support certification, retail/ thrift store experience, and janitorial training. Women graduate the program employed and with a vocational training certificate or post-secondary education.

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