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Building Blocks Ministries - On-the-Job Training

Building Blocks Ministries provides On-the-Job Training. It is considered to be a mentoring opportunity for the employer and employee. It occurs when a disabled individual works in a community business, alongside non-disabled employees.

Benefits for the Trainee:

  • Acclimates the trainee to a work environment
  • No less than minimum wage pay
  • Trainee acquires work experience

Benefits to the Business:

  • Recognition as a business that is a training site for disabled workers
  • Reimbursement of trainees fee and other
  • Reimbursement of trainees wages

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CareerSource Central Florida - Job Seeker Services

Workforce Central Florida provides Job Seeker Services.

  • Book an Appointment or Workshop
  • Career Assessment
  • Entrepreneurial Boot Camp
  • Hot Jobs
  • Hot Jobs Blog
  • Job Fairs and Virtual Job Fairs
  • Job Leads
  • Job Seeker Events
  • Job Seeker Research & Resource Center
  • Launch 2.0
  • Online Job Bank
  • Re-Employment Connection
  • Resource Room
  • Resources for Ex-Offenders
  • Salary Reports
  • Summer Job Connection
  • Ticket to Work
  • Training & Financial Aid
  • Unemployment Resources
  • Veteran Services
  • Welfare Transition
  • WIA Program
  • Young Job Seeker Programs

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Legal Aid For All Community Legal Services

The Legal Aid for All Community Legal Services offers free legal aid. The legal services are provided at no cost. The services help protect a client’s families, health, and livelihood. There are eligibility requirements to use these services. Please call or visit the website for more information.

Toll Free Helpline: 1.800.405.1417
Hours:
Monday & Thursday - 8:30am to 4:30pm
Tuesday & Wednesday - 8:30am to 6:30pm
Friday - 8:30am to 3:30pm

Areas of Service:

LifeStream - Social Services

LifeStream provides Social Services through Anthony House. It is a transitional housing facility. They offer individuals and family’s housing. They also offer teaching skills that help them to become self-sufficient. Services may include:

  • Child care
  • Education
  • Employment assistance
  • Legal services
  • Physical, mental and/or chemical health services
  • Training
  • Transportation assistance

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Welfare Transition Program

In Florida, the TANF (or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) work program is called the Welfare Transition Program. It is run by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. The program helps welfare recipients move from welfare to work. The goal of the program places importance on work and self-sufficiency. And on personal responsibility. To meet these goals a variety of support services and programs were created. The funding came from both federal and state. There are requirements that must be met to participate in this program.