New Mexico Works
SL Start provides workforce services to low-income families receiving Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) in 35 locations throughout New Mexico. The New Mexico Works (NMW) program provides cash assistance to eligible families and SL Start assists parents in becoming self-sufficient through employment. As the the NMW Program service provider SL Start develops individual employability plans by assessing each individuals abilities, strengths and interests, provides case management, job development, and has a strong network of community partners for additional resources including training and education.
Individual Supported Employment is a customized person-centered program designed to assist high school students and adults with developmental disabilities to find meaningful employment. SL Start provides a complete range of employment services to help people find and keep the right job. Services are provided in four locations throughout Washington and include career plan development, job exploration, job readiness training, job placement and ongoing supports for long term job retention.
SL Start provides workforce services to low income families receiving Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) in three Washington State counties. The WorkFirst program offers a variety of transitional jobs services that provide a bridge to unsubsidized employment for program participants, while providing a supportive work environment to build job skills and make connections to other services. Skill building, intensive case management, job readiness and job development activities are provided to allow participants to prepare for job search before the job training position ends.