As you maintain your job and advance your career, you may need support to help stretch your dollars or save for the future, and to get assistance with things like childcare, transportation and housing. If we don’t offer a specific service in-house, we’ll do our best to connect you with community partners that can help you achieve your goals.
You work hard to earn your money – let us help you make the most of it. In addition to our regular job training services, many Goodwill organizations offer financial education and support, such as:
Ready to get your finances in gear? Contact your local Goodwill today!
As you’re looking for work and advancing your career, we’re committed to helping you ensure your family has the supports it needs to be successful. Goodwill organizations provide a wide variety of services, which can include:
Each Goodwill offers services tailored to the specific needs of its community; get in touch with your local headquarters today to find out what opportunities are available in your area.
Interested in opening your own business? Some Goodwill organizations offer resources to help future small business owners get their idea off the ground. These include:
Every Goodwill provides services needed by people in their community. When you contact your local Goodwill, ask about support services such as housing, clothing vouchers, medical rehabilitation, childcare, after-school programs and adult day services.
If you need help with housing, are homeless, or are struggling to keep up with your rent or mortgage payments, your local Goodwill may offer affordable housing options or be able to connect you with one of its community partners dedicated to helping people have a safe place to live.
Some Goodwills provide specialized affordable housing services to support seniors or people with disabilities who want to live independently.
Should you need emergency clothing, help with back-to-school outfits or attire for a new job, many Goodwills provide one-time assistance to purchase clothing in a local Goodwill store. Contact your Goodwill to learn if it can help with your immediate clothing needs.
Your local Goodwill may offer rehabilitation services. The Goodwill team can help participants learn or re-learn work and social skills, prepare for independent living and help them return to work.
Some local Goodwills provide child development or after-school programs. Some Goodwill child development services combine education with care to prepare children to reach their full potential. After-school programs may support educational success as well as recreational activities.
Some Goodwills provide day services for older adults and individuals with disabilities who need daytime support and supervision. Programs encourage independence through self-care skills, goal setting, and community activities.