Jewish Family Service - Employment Services

Services are for individuals with mental illness and/or intellectual disabilities. Career counselors help identify employment goals and prepare individualized plans outlining the steps needed to become employed, in addition to the following:

  • Career Exploration: job shadowing, examining the job market for specific jobs, etc.
  • Benefits Analysis: determine how much a person can earn if they choose to maintain SSD or SSDI.
  • Testing and Evaluation: Assessment of strengths, weaknesses, interests, and abilities.
  • Computer Skills Assessment & Training: Develop marketable computer skills.
  • Job Seeking Skills Training: Assistance with interviewing techniques, resume development, and job search strategies.
  • Job Placement Assistance: Support and guidance during the job search.
  • Travel Assistance: Advice on how to get to the new job using the various modes of public transportation.
  • Job Coaching: On-site and off-site support to assist with learning and adequately performing job tasks.
  • Retention Services: Methods designed to help keep the job.
  • Job Club: Informal group that meets weekly to learn job-seeking skills and provide each other encouragement and support in the job search process. Participants receive new training each week.
Provider Information
Susan Young, Director Employment Services
29125 Chagrin Blvd, Pepper Pike, OH