RESULTS can help you conduct a career search, negotiate employment, and get the support you need to obtain and retain employment. We work closely with the Colorado Department of Vocational Rehabilitation Services, and other referral sources, to help you find the resources you need to become self-sufficient.
Our current program offerings include:
Situational Vocational Assessments
Work Adjustment training
What services does the RESULTS program offer to participants?
If you are interested in the RESULTS program, please contact:
Heather McCalla, Program Director
Our Community Integrated Employment program, RESULTS, connects people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities with skills training and paid employment. Meaningful employment provides individuals a measure of financial independence, fosters
self-confidence and strengthens the sense of belonging within a community. Work situations also provide opportunities for social interaction, enhanced communication skills, and assistance with developing natural support networks.
What services does the RESULTS program offer to employers?
Our program provides employee recruitment, training and retention solutions many satisfied businesses in the Denver Metro area - at no cost to the employer. We specialize in working with unemployed and underemployed segments of the labor market - people with disabilities. All types of businesses can benefit by hiring a job-seeker in the RESULTS program, from small businesses to international companies. Each job-seeker is carefully assessed to determine individual strengths and job aptitudes, and RESULTS matches the job-seeker's abilities with your company's employment force needs. Our goal is to find a good employment match for all involved.
We will also work with your business to train all candidates hired through the program in the necessary tasks and duties required for a job. This type of assistance is called "supported employment," and is provided at no charge to the business. Supported employment is provided by a Job Coach, and this extra support helps ensure that each person you hire is a successful, integral part of your business, and stays on as an employee for a long time. Supported employment is provided for differing amounts of time based on your businesses' needs and the abilities of each new employee, and is always provided free of charge.