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A Regional Support Network for Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish & Whatcom Counties.
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Where can I get online help?

Washington State WorkSource offers a number of guides on searching for a job and resume writing at: http://www.wa.gov/esd/guides/quickguides_seeker.htm

www.pathwaystoemployment.wa.gov has a resume builder that will take your information and put it in a resume form. It will produce a general resume, however, so you may want to use it as a general model for writing other resumes that are tailored to each job you apply for.

Temple University has produced 'A Practical Guide for People With Mental Health Conditions Who Want to Work.' It is designed for those with mental health conditions to use on their own or a s apart of a retur-to-work group in community mental health centers, psychiatric rehabilitation programs, or peer-run agencies. The Guide focues on helping people to achieve economic self-sufficiency. The document can be found on the website: http://tucollaborative.org/pdfs/Toolkits_Monographs_Guidebooks/employment_circles_of_support/
A_Practical_Guide_for_Poeple_With_Mental_Health_Conditions_Who_Want_to_Work.pdf

 

 

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