Brief Youth in Transition – Low Level Services

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Following are an array of services offered by Venango County Human Services and their associated providers under the Youth in Transition Services category that have a level of service equal to LOW. Please take a moment and review them. They are listed alphabetically by service name. You can click on the Service Name for more detailed information about that service.

 

Brief Services

– Provided by

Family Services of NWPA

     Contact: 

(814) 670-0524

Overview of Service:

In-home brief services to address crisis management, stabilize home environments, and provide service linkage to prevent case opening to ongoing services.

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Employment Supports

– Provided by

AHEDD
Arc of Clarion County
St. Micheal’s Harbour, Inc.
Venango Training and Development Center Inc.
Vocational Services

     Contact: 

Overview of Service:

Supported Employment Services are direct and indirect services that are provided in a variety of community employment work sites with co-workers who do not have disabilities for the purposes of finding and supporting individuals in competitive jobs of their choice. Supported Employment Services enable individuals to receive paid employment at minimum wage or higher from the employer.

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Pre- Vocational Services

– Provided by

Venango Training and Development Center, Inc.

     Contact: 

(814) 676-5755

Overview of Service:

This service is provided to assist individuals in developing skills necessary for placement into competitive employment in the community. Prevocational Services focus on the development of competitive worker traits through the use of work as the primary training method.  Prevocational Services include facility based and Transitional Work Services. 

Transitional Work Services consist of supporting individuals in transitioning to integrated, competitive employment through work that occurs in a location other than a facility.  Individuals receiving this service must have an employment outcome included in their plan. Transitional work service options include mobile work force, work station in industry, affirmative industry, and enclave.

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Recovery Specialist

– Provided by

Family Service and Children’s Aid Soceity

     Contact: 

(814) 677-4005

Overview of Service:

A Recovery Specialist helps support a person in substance abuse recovery to overcome barriers to maintaining sobriety.  A Recovery Specialist is person who is currently on a recovery path as well.

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