Resources on employment and training services for adults. Such services can assist parents and caregivers in building job skills and readiness, finding and maintaining employment, and achieving job stability. Resources include State and local examples.
Building Assets Building Stronger Families: A Guide for Combining Asset Building With Family-Strengthening and Healthy Marriage Services
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (2008)
Presents an overview of asset building and a series of 50 training modules for family-focused programs to showcase the profound connection between economic security and strong families.
Does Coordinated Care Management Improve Employment for Substance-Using Welfare Recipients?
Morgenstern, Hogue, Dauber, Dasaro, & McKay (2009)
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 70(6)
Evaluates whether coordinated care management, a continuity of care intervention for substance-use disorders, improved employment among men and women on public assistance compared with usual welfare management. Substance use, treatment attendance, job training and search activities, and employment outcomes were assessed for 1 year after baseline.
An Integrated Approach to Fostering Family Economic Success: How Three Model Sites Are Implementing the Center for Working Families Approach
Annie E. Casey Foundation (2010)
Explains the Center for Working Family (CWF) approach as a set of focused services in three overlapping areas: employment, benefits and work supports, and financial services, and describes the implementation of the CWF approach in three organizations.
Sample Logic Model: Women's Training and Employment Program (PDF - 133 KB)
Innovation Network (2005)
Presents a sample logic model for determining key components of developing a training and employment program for women that will result in greater economic self-sufficiency.
Human Services in Montgomery County, Ohio: Service Integration Writ Large (PDF - 158 KB)
Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government (2002)
Support services for at-risk families are provided through neighborhood-based collaboratives that offer assistance such as family crisis intervention, family life education, and juvenile justice intervention.
PARENT Program: People Achieving Responsibility Through Education, Nurturing and Training
Center for Policy Research (2003)
Implemented in Larimer County, Colorado, to equip noncustodial parents to support their children emotionally and financially. Services include parenting skills education, employment assistance, case management, and referral.