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Mental Health Services Act (MHSA)

 

Vocational Services

MHSA funding for vocational services assists consumers and family members in securing and maintaining meaningful employment. Vocational services include job coaching, situational assessment, trainings, and job placement services.

Lead Agency

Program

Services

Richmond Area
Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS)

 

i-Ability Vocational IT Program

Prepares consumers to provide information technology (IT) support services (i.e., desktop, help desk) at the CBHS IT Department through its Vocational Information Technology Training Program.

Department of Rehabilitation
Collaborative
Subcontractors:
Citywide Forensics, Community Vocation Enterprises, Inc.,
RAMS Hire-Ability

 

Vocational Co-Op

Provides vocational intake assessments, vocational training, sheltered workshops and other employment opportunities (e.g., job development and placement, job coaching).

 

UCSF Citywide Employment Program

Supported Employment and Cognitive Training (SECT)

Helps individuals with serious mental illness obtain jobs by combining evidence-based supported employment practices with computerized cognitive training