General Resources for
Providers & Administrators
This section covers topics related to employment issues & people with disabilities, including those with psychiatric disabilities. Topics include:
- Benefits & Financial Programs
- Networks & Associations
- Websites on Employment
- Social Firms
- General Information (see below)
NIDA’s website includes a variety of information that can help you understand the many aspects of addiction, its effects, & treatment.
NIAAA provides leadership in the national effort to reduce alcohol-related problems.
Designed for employment counselors & their clients, Elisabeth (Harney) Sanders-Park’s encyclopedia-style book was written to help those who face employment barriers create strategies that may lead to job placement.
An essential resource to consumers, employment specialists, & case managers, the Red Book is a general reference tool designed to provide a working knowledge of work incentives. It contains a general description of Social Security Administration disability-related policies relevant to beneficiaries returning to work.
Through detailed guidelines, William R. Miller & Stephen Rollnick explain how to evoke change despite ambivalence while reflecting on the process of learning Motivational Interviewing.
Pat Deegan has lived experience. Through this lecture presented at the Sixth Annual Mental Health Services Conference of Australia & New Zealand, she shares how hope is a key element in the successful recovery from mental illness.
Discover how a personalized relationship between employee & employer is a strategy that can benefit people with disabilities.
Discover various video resources of interest to those facilitating the employment of people in recovery.