The Val Ogden Center

Why this resource is helpful:

Quoted From: https://www.cvabonline.org/val-ogden-center

"We believe that work is a vital component of recovery. However, it can often be difficult to transition back into the workforce after mental health or addiction struggles. The Val Ogden center specializes in supporting participants in their vocational and academic goals. We try our best to provide support and education in making the transition back to work a success. The staff at the VOC work with you to overcome employment barriers and make progress with your employment and academic goals. At the Val Ogden Center, we strive to create an empowering environment to support you in meeting your employment and educational goals. We know that recovery is possible, and that past struggles are not an indicator of what the future may hold.

The Val Ogden Center is a Washington State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) Community Rehabilitation Program

Participation at the VOC is completely voluntary and free of charge. You can utilize the resources and staff however you want to best meet your individual goals. We're here to help you take the steps needed to reach your education or employment ambitions. Come in any time to work on your resume or cover letter, gain support in your job search, practice interviewing skills, work in the computer lab, volunteer, improve on specific job skills, attend workshops or classes, or seek general peer support.

EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT
Working is an invaluable component of mental health recovery. We work with you to search and apply for jobs that fit your interests, skills, and abilities. We will help you to develop compelling resumes and cover letters, and prepare for interviews by helping you with mock interviews. The VOC will assist you in locating community resources that address your employment needs. Once employed, we provide ongoing support to help maintain employment and develop a career. We strive to help you gain competitive paying jobs.

EDUCATION SUPPORT
The VOC will assist you in furthering your educational goals by helping you take advantage of adult education opportunities in the community. You can explore local GED programs, technical schools, colleges and universities. The VOC provides assistance with obtaining financial aid, completing admission applications, degree program selection, and class scheduling. Once enrolled as a student, you can receive support with homework and test preparation. If necessary, VOC staff will collaborate with school disability access counselors to arrange special accommodations."

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