The CRR Employment Services Team helps individuals break the barriers to employment and helps them build a more secure future. CRR is a one stop location for individuals to obtain or finish their GED, learn typing, create a successful job search process, take soft skills and job skills classes. Additionally, CRR holds regular job fairs with a variety of employers that are currently hiring. The computer lab is available to create access accounts or practice computer skills, both necessities in today’s market. The CRR Employment Services Team, including support from the CRR Board of Directors, also provides unique training on business ethics and entrepreneurial spirit for individuals who want to start their own business. 89% of individuals who came in for help said they were more hopeful about becoming employed after using CRR’s employment services. CRR also has specific programs for YOUNG ADULTS. Learn more about the specific services available by clicking below…LEARN MORE »
Thanks to funding provided by our community partners, Capital One and JP Morgan Chase, CRR can provide to all Veterans employment services including job skills upgrading, soft skills training, computer access and classes. Additionally, if Veterans are not connected with VA benefits, the CRR Employment Services Team will assist them in accessing available benefits. CRR services are provided with an appreciation for the service that Veterans and their families have given to our country.
Additionally CRR is one of the local providers of the federal Supportive Services for Veterans Families (SSVF). Beginning late November 2019 the SSVF Team will provide additional services including supportive employment, housing assistance, case management to Veterans who meet the screening and program requirements. Learn more about the specific services available by clicking below…LEARN MORE »
Deaf and/or Hard of Hearing Services
CRR wants everyone in our community to be able to achieve economic independence, support their families, or have additional income to build security. For individuals who are Deaf and/or Hard of Hearing, CRR provides services to increase their access to employment, to educational classes and a computer lab and computer classes. CRR DHH Services are provided by Deaf professionals or professionals skilled in communicating with and for individuals who are Deaf and/or Hard of Hearing. Additionally, with our expertise in providing services for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, those individuals who are experiencing issues with substance abuse, can be assured that CRR’s Alternative Team will provide the necessary supportive services for treatment services. Learn more about the specific services available by clicking below…LEARN MORE »
Alternative Drug and Alcohol Outpatient Treatment Program
CRR’s Alternative Program Team provides outpatient, adult (male and female) drug and alcohol treatment services treatment through individual and group sessions. Using evidence-based curriculum individuals learn the skills needed to address their substance abuse issues and to begin a healthy life without alcohol or drugs. The abuse of alcohol and/or drugs can lead to barriers to employment CRR breaks those barriers to economic security. The Alternative and Employment Team work together to ensure a “warm hand-off” when accessing services. Over 60% of the individuals who enter the Alternative Program end it successfully, building a support system and additional skills to begin a better life and 95% of individuals report they were very satisfied with the services provided. Learn more about the specific services available by clicking below…