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HELP USA - HELP Supportive Employment Center at Wards Island

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1 Wards Island
New York NY, 10035
Contact Phone: (212) 534-3866
Website: http://www.helpusa.org/Housing/Transitional/HELP_wards_islands_SEC
Details: The HELP Supportive Employment Center (HELP-SEC) at Wards Island houses 200 homeless single adults who must be either employed or employable. The program focuses on pairing clients with appropriate housing and vocational training resources and opportunities with an ultimate goal of positioning clients for economic self-sufficiency and independent living. After-care services are provided for all clients who transition into housing for a minimum of six (6) months after discharge. 
Comment from Victor Conde:

I attented the training at Help Sec in May 2018.I went for my Security License traininig.The staff was really motivated and they really cared about our success in life.I completed the training in June.I worked with Victor Conde which is a great job developer on site.He taught me great skills in job interviews and ways to master a good resume.Victor Conde set me  up a inteview with a Security job interview and i got the job!!The staff there at HelpSec are wonderful.Thank you so much Kevin


Comment from Israel Cano:

I need the records of my enrollment at help USA homeless shelter and help works supportive employment. My name is Israel Julian Cano. You can also call me to confirm my email address at 805 554 8866. I thank you for your cooperation in the Timely time it will take look through your records I retrieve  my request. Sincerely Israel carnal


Comment from Roosevelt Bradford:

Roosevelt Bradford i did the help USA employment verification program 2017 and been working ever since and I'm trying to work for the cy and I'm not getting no response from them .I don't understand how you put your All in something and don't even get a response back from the people you are loyal to..


Comment from Raymond Armstrong:

I have been living here in the shelter system on Ward's Island for the last 9 months. I have a resume, a college degree, certification(s) in mental health first aide training, motivational interviewing, trauma, Naloxone treatment, and harm reduction. I have also gained valuable employment skills via a successfully completed Fortune Society internship for entry level Case Management. And I am also an honorably discharged Gulf War Veteran. I am currently interested in acquiring an internship or apprenticeship with Help USA in the field of Case Management. Can someone here at Help USA please help me in my quest to become a salary earning productive member of society who has a career that is focused on providing aide to the marginalized??????????


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