Moving Along to Employment: 30-Second Training


These short 30-Second Training are set up in slide shows to offer an introduction about employment of persons with mental health conditions for four target audiences: Individuals in recovery, family members, providers of services, and employers. After each informational slide, there is a quiz, followed by resources for additional information.

 

Individuals in Recovery

Things You Should Know about Employment

 

Finding My Strengths and Interests for Employment

 

Overcoming Barriers to Employment for Job Seekers

 

Family Members

The Value of Work for Persons with Mental Health Conditions

 

Myths and Facts about Work for your Family Member

 

Where to Find Employment Support for my Family Member to Choose, Get, or Keep Employment

 

Families as Supporters & Role Models for Employment of Persons with Mental Health Conditions

 

What Are Some Work Incentives for Persons with Mental Health Conditions

 

Partnering with Providers to Achieve Employment for Persons with Mental Health Conditions

 

Providers of Services

Supporting Persons with Mental Health Conditions in their Vocational Recovery

 

“Vocational Illness Management & Recovery”–An Educational Approach to Employment Success–What is VIMR?

 

Employment, a Force for Recovery for Persons with Mental Health Conditions

 

4 Ways to Help Build Readiness for Work for Persons with Mental Health Conditions

 

Making Referrals to Vocational Services for Persons with Mental Health Conditions

 

Employers

Partnering with Employees with a Mental Health Condition for a Win-Win Situation

 

Developing Relationships at Work

 

6 Reasons to Consider Candidates with Mental Health Conditions–Referred Through a Vocational Program

 

Strategies for Success

 

5 Ways to Supervise Employees with Mental Health Conditions

 

Supporting Employees with Mental Health Conditions