In this section, you will find a variety of resources and services that are designed to assist teens and young adults with locating vocational/trade schools, career counseling, and and job readiness training in San Diego County.
Since 1918, Jewish Family Services of San Diego has been a trusted community resource for individuals and families in times of need. Our wide range of integrated services empower individuals & families to move toward self-sufficiency, support aging with dignity, and foster community connection & engagement throughout San Diego County and the Coachella Valley. JFS […]
Job Options (JOI) is a San Diego-based not-for-profit company that provides professional service personnel, many of whom have severe mental, physical or psychological disabilities, in basic services such as janitorial, hospital environmental, food service, laundry, administrative and clerical, commissary inventory management and shelf-stocking services. We are proud to offer individuals with disabilities the opportunity for […]
The Employment Services program helps adults with behavioral health disorders prepare for, locate, and retain meaningful jobs. We are CARF accredited in Job Development and Employment Supports. Our program is certified by the Department of Rehabilitation in Vocational Assessment. Our services are customized to reflect job readiness, interests, and skills. Our well-trained staff are diverse […]
Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program (BPSR) Kinesis North Clinic is an adult (TAY welcomed) outpatient mental health clinic that serves those who have serious and persistent mental health issues. Our program helps individuals with psychiatric disabilities to live and socialize within their communities. We also assist participants in finding work that matches their strengths and abilities. Our […]
Our San Diego Employment Solutions program integrates mental health, rehabilitation treatment and recovery services for adults who have psychiatric disabilities. The goal of this integration is to improve their mental health and quality of life in the community and to help them obtain competitive employment.
Metro is the social service and community development arm of the forty-eight United Methodist Churches throughout San Diego and Imperial Counties. Since it was established, Metro has been a vehicle for churches to reach the least, the last, and the lost. Metro also works with community members to effectively live in society and assist them […]
NAMI’s Friends In Hand Clubhouse provides free support (not treatment) for recovery for adults recovering from mental illness.
NFAR is now offering technical training programs specifically designed to advance technical skills for teens and young adults with autism. These programs combine instructor-lead, hands-on training with real life applications, helping to build confidence, expertise and experiences that can lead to careers within the ever-growing and important field of software testing, computer programming and other technical […]
Community Connections offers supportive services (such as transportation, childcare, and interview attire), counseling, and educational and vocational assistance. The center is open Monday through Saturday, and young adults drop in or attend scheduled workshops and individualized tutoring. They also enjoy the basketball court, weight room, movie theater, computers, and special events.
At New Haven, we recognize that many of our aging out youth face limited options that could jeopardize their healthy growth. Our transitional living program helps young men gain necessary independence, resources and work skills. Our homes are in proximity to North County colleges for this program to allow the young men to work, live, […]