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Goodwill Programs

In today’s world, getting and keeping a job is no easy task. More people in our communities need our help, especially for those with a disability, lack of work experience or poor work history. Sometimes people need a hand up, a chance to show the world what they can do. That’s what Goodwill strives to create and provide.

 

Goodwill Funded Programs:

  • Clothes Closet
  • Financial Wellness for Veterans
  • Job Search Strategies-Get Hired!

SonomaWORKS* and Other Contract Services:

  • Job Search Services
  • Transitional Work Program (TWP)
  • Community Service
  • Learning Enhancement and Achievement Program (LEAP)
  • Enhanced Subsidized Employment Program (ESE)
  • Temporary Employment Program (TEP)
  • Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department in Custody Programming
Goodwill Fee for Service Programs:
  • Situational Assessment
  • Supported Employment
  • Work Adjustment Training
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Career Skills Assessment Group
  • Employment Services
  • Personal, Vocational and Social Adjustment
  • Job Coaching

Sonoma County Sheriff's Office Inmate Job & Life Skills Training

 

*SonomaWORKS programs are funded by the Sonoma County Human Services Department

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Behavioral Health Programs:

GIRE develops, provides and supports programs and services that specifically serve mental health clients. We work to bring innovative and empowering programs to our communities that help people realize their potential and embrace opportunity. We take pride in offering a wide variety of community programs and activities supporting choice, independence, quality of life and personal empowerment under contract with Sonoma County Health Services, Behavioral Health Division and the State Department of Rehabilitation.

Click here for the Petaluma Peer Recovery Center December 2018  Schedule

 

Wishing you and yours a very Happy Holidays!

PPRC will be closed Monday December 24th for Christmas

Laura Hodge from the GIRE COOP will be visiting twice this month on De 6th and 20 from 11am – 12: 00 noon

MHSA Community Meeting Finley Community Center Santa Rosa 5:pm -7:pm  

Mental Health Resource Panel and Discussion Dec 12  7:00pm – 8:30pm at the Petaluma Public Library

Special Event: You are invited to join us at PPRC  for a New Year’s Eve Celebration

Monday Dec 31

10:30 am – 2:30 pm

Food, fun and festivities

Click here for the Invitation!

 


 

 

 

 


FY15-16 Impact Statements and MHSA Newsletter 


 

Other Useful Information:


Further Program Information:
Program Descriptions and Fees
Contract Program Descriptions

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