Promising Practices: BPA&O Collaboration with One-Stop Centers, Part II. Partnering with Disability Program Navigators: Employment Resources, Inc. (Wisconsin)
Ferrell, Connie; Malloy, JoAnne
In this paper, there are three examples of how a BPAO project in Wisconsin is collaborating with the One-Stop Centers and Department of Labor Disability navigators in order to increase referrals and information dissemination to under-served populations. This paper will be of particular interest to those serving rural areas and projects interested in aggressively targeting transition-aged youth for services.
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