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Employment Horizons RISE Program:
This is an exciting new program for teens and young adults with disabilities who are no longer in school (graduated, left for other reasons) and are unable to obtain employment. The RISE Program (Readiness for Individual Success in Employment) will help youth and young adults with disabilities between the ages of 16 and 24 by providing skills needed to obtain and maintain employment.
The RISE Program offers:
• Employment Readiness Bootcamp, including:
· · Job seeking skills instruction
· · Soft skills training
· · Self-advocacy training
· · Workplace financial literacy
· · Traveling to work
· · And more!
• Paid job sampling in a community-based setting (Morris, Sussex, or Warren counties)
• Job coaching
• Job placement services
• Assistance in obtaining a GED, if interested
• Guidance in obtaining an apprenticeship, if interested
Comprehensive Adolescent Program (CAP):
This program services at-risk youth from the ages of 12 to 18. The program provides psycho-educational groups such as anger management, emotional regulation, life skills, coping skills, positive decision making, healthy choices, etc. They also provide individual case management services and a parent group for parents to attend once a week. In addition, Teen Talk is a newer program that is targeted for students that are facing social/emotional problems and would like a safe space to talk once per week. https://www.morrissussexresourcenet.org/search/comprehensive-adolescent-program/
If any of these programs sound like a good fit for you, please speak with your school counselor.
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