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Employment & Training Services

Click on each title below to see detailed information.

Elementary, Middle School and High School public education is available through all 21 Macomb County school districts to prepare youth for advanced education or the work place. Students are encouraged to remain in school and graduate.

Additional assistance to help students stay in school

The following services are also available which provide additional assistance to students to help them stay in school and complete their high school education:

A. In-school Individualized Instruction is available free in some Macomb County schools to youth 16 to 21 years who are at risk of dropping out of school. Services include individualized instruction for students who are deficient in reading and math. Students must meet income guidelines. Contact your local high school counselor.

B. Special Support Services including counseling, assessment, and paraprofessional help within the classroom is available to all students with special needs. Contact your local high school counselor.

C. School-based Vocational Services available to Macomb County students include:

Vocational training for youth 18 - 21 years (those under 18 must have the permission of parents or guardians to participate) is available through all local school districts. Training is available in a number of occupational areas such as: auto mechanics, medical office procedure, electronic repair, and machinist training. Co-op classes are also available in some districts as well as on-the-job training opportunities. Contact your local School District’s Career Technical Education Director or Adult Education Director.

School District

Career Technological Education Director

Telephone

Adult Education Coordinator/ Director

Telephone

Anchor Bay
www.anchorbay.misd.net

Sherry Kenward

(586) 725-2861 ext. 2339

None

None

Armada
www.armadaschools.org

Mark Gosciewski

(586) 784-2411

None

 None

Chippewa Valley
www.chippewavalleyschools.org

(586) 723-2000 ext. 7

Center Line
www.clps.org

Kathleen Szuminski

(586) 439-4416

None

None

Clintondale
www.clintondale.k12.mi.us

Kim Spriggs

(586) 791-6300
ext. 2304 or 2618

Don Trahan

(586) 791-6300
Ext. 4001

East Detroit
www.macomb.k12.mi.us/eastdet/scheast.htm

Sue Toth

(586) 533-3358

None

None

Fitzgerald
http://fitz.k12.mi.us

Kathleen Szuminski

(586) 439-4416

None

None

Fraser
http://www.fraser.k12.mi.us/pages/FraserPS

Brent Brasure

(586) 439-7206

None

None

Lake Shore
www.lakeshoreschools.org

Ann Lukacsy

(586) 285-8193

 

(586) 285-8883

Lakeview
http://www.lakeview.misd.net/

Laura Arnold

(586) 445-4045 ext. 2706

 

(586) 285-8883

L'Anse Creuse
www.lc-ps.org

John Haas

 

Jeff Glombowski

(586) 783-6420 ext. 1200

Mt. Clemens
http://www.mtcps.org/

None

None

None

None

New Haven
http://newhaven.misd.net/

Debbie Posta

(586) 749-5104

None

None

Richmond
http://www.richmond.k12.mi.us/

Deborah Michon

(586) 727-3225
ext. 3001

None

None

Romeo
http://www.romeo.k12.mi.us/

Natalie Davis

(586) 281-1004

None

None

Roseville

Mark Blaszkowski

(586) 445-5508

None

None

South Lake
http://www.solake.org

     

(586) 285-8880

Utica
www.uticak12.org

Shannon Williams

   

(586) 797-6906

Van Dyke
www.macomb.k12.mi.us/vandyke/vandyke.htm

Kathleen Szuminski

(586) 439-4416

Dr. Barbara Buckbee

(586) 758-8363

Warren Consolidated
www.wcs.k12.mi.us

P.J. Cwayna (Interim Director)

(586) 698-4172

None

None

Warren Woods
www.warrenwoods.misd.net

Kathleen Szuminski

(586) 439-4416

Kristen Allen

(586) 439-4408 ext. 8

OTHER COMMUNITY-BASED VOCATIONAL SERVICES

Employment and training services for youth 16 - 24 years, including apprenticeship information, aptitude/interest assessment, basic skills upgrading, career counseling, classroom training, employability skills workshops, job placement assistance, paid work experience, occupational information, occupational outlook information, labor market information, on-the-job training, labor market information, Croom, resume assistance, vocational assessments, training for new careers and other services, including bonding assistance. Available from Michigan Works!
  

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

  
Employment service
s - the Michigan Talent Bank/Job Bank Internet system provides labor market exchange. Job seekers may post a resume in the system and search employment opportunities posted by employers. Special services available to veterans. Available from Michigan Works!
  

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

  
Academic advising services at Macomb Community College is available
 to anyone interested inlearning more about the 200 plus programs offered at Macomb Community College.  For more information call:
  

MCC-Center Campus

(586) 286-2228

MCC-South Campus

(586) 498-4108

  
Educational series for single parents 
('Transition to Triumph') is designed to increase self-esteem and promotes strategies to take control of a person's future, develop a better understanding of one's self, improve communication skills, set achievable goals and make realistic career decisions . Scholarships are available.  In accordance with federal guidelines, priority is given to assisting individuals with greatest financial need and special consideration given to displaced homemakers who, because of  divorce, separation or the death of  a spouse, must prepare for pa1d employment. Pre-register is required and an intake session prior to participation in this program.  For more information or to register, call (586) 445-7003.

Employment and training services for youth 16 -  24 years, including apprenticeship information, aptitude/interest assessment, basic skills upgrading, career counseling, classroom training, employability skills workshops, job placement assistance, paid work experience, occupational information, occupational outlook information, labor market information, on-the-job training, labor market information, Croom, resume assistance, vocational assessments, training for new careers and other services, including bonding assistance. Available from Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043 (586) 783-8700

Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038 (586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093 (586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Employment services - the Michigan Talent Bank/Job Bank Internet system provides labor market exchange. Job seekers may post a resume in the system and search employment opportunities posted by employers. Special services available to veterans. Available from Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700

Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Academic advising services at Macomb Community College is available to anyone interested in learning more about the 200 plus programs offered at Macomb Community College.  For more information call:

MCC-Center Campus

(586) 286-2228

MCC-South Campus

(586) 498-4108

Educational series for single parents ('Transition to Triumph') is designed to increase self-esteem and promotes strategies to take control of a person's future, develop a better understanding of one's self, improve communication skills, set achievable goals and make realistic career decisions . Scholarships are available.  In accordance with federal guidelines, priority is given to assisting individuals with greatest financial need and special consideration given to displaced homemakers who, because of  divorce, separation or the death of  a spouse, must prepare for pa1d employment. Pre-register is required and an intake session prior to participation in this program.  For more information or to register, call (586) 445-7003.

Students 18-21 years (with or without a diploma) are eligible to return to a public high school for vocational training through the school district's career technological education program or adult education.

School District

Career Technological Education Director

Telephone

Adult Education Coordinator/ Director

Telephone

Anchor Bay www.anchorbay.misd.net

Sherry Kenward

(586) 725-2861 ext. 2339

None

None

Armada www.armadaschools.org

Mark Gosciewski

(586) 784-2411

None

 None

Chippewa Valley www.chippewavalleyschools.org

(586) 723-2000 ext. 7

Center Line www.clps.org

Kathleen Szuminski

(586) 439-4416

None

None

Clintondale www.clintondale.k12.mi.us

Kim Spriggs

(586) 791-6300 ext. 2304 or 2618

Don Trahan

(586) 791-6300 Ext. 4001

East Detroit www.macomb.k12.mi.us/eastdet/scheast.htm

Sue Toth

(586) 533-3358

None

None

Fitzgerald http://fitz.k12.mi.us

Kathleen Szuminski

(586) 439-4416

None

None

Fraser http://www.fraser.k12.mi.us/pages/FraserPS

Brent Brasure

(586) 439-7206

None

None

Lake Shore www.lakeshoreschools.org

Ann Lukacsy

(586) 285-8193

 

(586) 285-8883

Lakeview http://www.lakeview.misd.net/

Laura Arnold

(586) 445-4045 ext. 2706

 

(586) 285-8883

L'Anse Creuse www.lc-ps.org

John Haas

 

Jeff Glombowski

(586) 783-6420 ext. 1200

Mt. Clemens http://www.mtcps.org/

None

None

None

None

New Haven http://newhaven.misd.net/

Debbie Posta

(586) 749-5104

None

None

Richmond http://www.richmond.k12.mi.us/

Deborah Michon

(586) 727-3225 ext. 3001

None

None

Romeo http://www.romeo.k12.mi.us/

Natalie Davis

(586) 281-1004

None

None

Roseville

Mark Blaszkowski

(586) 445-5508

None

None

South Lake http://www.solake.org

     

(586) 285-8880

Utica www.uticak12.org

Shannon Williams

   

(586) 797-6906

Van Dyke www.macomb.k12.mi.us/vandyke/vandyke.htm

Kathleen Szuminski

(586) 439-4416

Dr. Barbara Buckbee

(586) 758-8363

Warren Consolidated www.wcs.k12.mi.us

P.J. Cwayna (Interim Director)

(586) 698-4172

None

None

Warren Woods www.warrenwoods.misd.net

Kathleen Szuminski

(586) 439-4416

Kristen Allen

(586) 439-4408 ext. 8

    

Employment services - the Michigan Talent Bank/Job Bank Internet system provides labor market exchange. Job seekers may post a resume in the system and search employment opportunities posted by employers. Special services available to veterans. Available from Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

A work-based skills learning day program for youth aged 18 years old or older, who are a current Medicaid recipient and living in Macomb County.  The program increases socialization and helps develop and improve employment skills through daily workshops. Workshops will be provided in various structured settings with consumers being given opportunities for hands on experience in agriculture, cooking, custodial, clerical and retail. If qualified, internship through local businesses both onsite and in the community are available to further increase job skills (kitchen and restaurant, food processing, car detailing, t-shirt printing, janitorial, and retail, etc.) The hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. Limited transportation provided. Available from H.O.M.E. Hub housed within the Rising Stars Academy in Center Line. For more information, contact Ryan Abrasia, Support Coordinator, (586) 871-4859 or rabrasia@rsaonline.org

Employment program for DHHS clients    (unless deferred for a medical or other reason) through the PATH (Partnership Accountability Training and Hope) program to prepare them for gainful employment. At the end of the program, the participants are expected  to work a minimum of 20 - 35 hours per week at minimum wage or above depending on family status. The work requirement can be fulfilled with a combination of employment and training. Clients are referred by DHHS to the PATH (Partnership Accountablity Training and Hope) program, administered by Michigan Works! For more information, call Deborah Szatkiewski, Michigan Works! (586) 469-5220.

Support services to help participants who are FIP applicants or recipients going through the JET (Jobs, Employment and Training) program and are employed or enrolled in training is available including such things as: transportation allowance, car insurance or repairs, uniforms, etc. The goal is to assist participants in gaining employment that ultimately leads to economic self sufficiency. This program is administered by the Macomb/St. Clair Work Force Development Board in cooperation with DHHS. For more information, call Deborah Szatkiewski, JET (Jobs, Employment and Training) - Michigan Works!, (586) 469-5220.

Medical and vocational evaluations, counseling, job placement and follow-up services for older adolescents with a disability provides the opportunity for persons with disabilities to become independent through employment. To be eligible, the adolescent must have a physical or mental disability that interferes with the ability to work. There must also be a reasonable chance that the person will become gainfully employed if services are provided. Available from Michigan Rehabilitation Services:

Department of Career Development
Rehabilitation Services
Atrium Office Center
43630 Hayes, Suite 120
Clinton Twp., MI 48036
(586) 412-1510

Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Diagnostic evaluations, vocational counseling, and training in skills of blindness is available for youth. Depending on the need and eligibility, low-vision equipment, vocational training, technical school training, college education, job development and placement and follow are available from the Bureau of Services for Blind Persons, Vocational Rehabilitation Program, (313) 456-1646.

Pregnant and parenting teens over the age of 20 by September 1 are eligible for adult education classes through local school districts. In addition, the following specialized programs are available:

If a student is diagnosed with a severe mental or emotional impairment, they are referred to the Macomb Intermediate School District by the    local schools and placed in one of the following:

  • Mentally-Impaired High-School Aged Youth are referred to Lutz School. Vocational experience includes: industrial dry cleaning services for quilts, comforters, sleeping bags, hunting outfits and other large items, laundry, restaurant services, car wash, outside maintenance services, and assembly. Lutz School, 19600 Cass Avenue, Clinton Township, MI 48038 (586) 286-0230.
  • Severely Emotionally-Impaired Junior High Aged Youth are referred to Rockwell Junior High School where vocational experience includes: work experiences at local businesses or in school. In-school experience includes: wood shop, industrial arts, art, computer technology, drafting, and home cooking. Business experience includes: working with animals, sales clerking, nursing care, stock work and bagging, kitchen work, printing  assistant, and stock work.  Rockwell School, 12225 Masonic, Warren, MI 48093 (586) 939-2290.
  • Severely Emotionally-Impaired High School Aged Youth are referred to Neil Reid High School where vocational experience includes classes in wood shop, electronics, computer-aided drafting, and automotive technology. In addition, there are classes designed to prepare students for placement at local work sites, some of which lead to gainful employment. Neil Reid High School, 37701 Harper, Clinton Township, MI 48036, (586) 469-1590.

For more information about these programs, contact the Special Education Director at your local school district.

Living skills and employment training for trainable mentally-impaired youth 25 years or younger on September 1 of the current school year is available at Macomb Academy, a Michigan Charter School and alternative educational opportunity, for students who need help in transitioning from school to a productive life in the community. Transportation provided. Call the Macomb Academy, (586) 228-2201.

Vocational / Employment Services for Adults

www.macomb.k12.mi.us/vandyke/vandyke.htm

Kathleen Szuminski

(586) 439-4416

Dr. Barbara Buckbee

(586) 758-8363

Warren Consolidated www.wcs.k12.mi.us

P.J. Cwayna (Interim Director)

(586) 698-4172

None

None

Warren Woods www.warrenwoods.misd.net

Kathleen Szuminski

(586) 439-4416

Kristen Allen

(586) 439-4408 ext. 8

    

Employment services, including apprenticeship information, aptitude/interest assessment, basic skills upgrading, career    counseling, classroom training, employability skills workshops,  job placement assistance, on-the-job training,    occupational information, occupational outlook information, labor market information, career resource room, resume assistance, vocational assessments, training for new careers, and other services. Available from Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 469-783-8700

Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Employment services - the Michigan Talent Bank/Job Bank Internet system provides labor market exchange. Job seekers may post a resume in the system and search employment opportunities posted by employers. Special services available to veterans. Available from Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 7838700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Assistance in going to school, working or attending college or job training to persons receiving Family Independence Payments (FIP). Available from Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711
Supported employment opportunities: work activity program/sheltered workshops/ mobile crews/work enclaves are available for adults with developmental disabilities. Pay is below minimum wage. Eligibility is established through Macomb County Community Mental Health(CMH) Call CMH Vocational and Day Program Services, (586) 469-7857.

Comprehensive services for dislocated workers, including assessment/career counseling, individualized services designed to upgrade reading and math skills, career assessment, job search seminars, job placement assistance, on-the-job and occupational skills training, employability skills that provides ways to effectively seek employment, including resumes and interviewing skills, retraining and/or vocational training. Available from Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Employment services - the Michigan Talent Bank/Job Bank Internet system provides labor market exchange. Job seekers may post a resume in the system and search employment opportunities posted by employers. Special ervices available to veterans. Available from Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Tuition assistance, assessment testing, and counseling to obtain an Associate Degree or Certificate is available from Macomb Community College - South Campus, Warren, (586) 445-7003.

Free periodic workshops on job search techniques, resumes, and interviewing for displaced homemakers. Available from Macomb Community College - South Campus, Warren (586) 445-7003.

Support classes for women ("Transition to Triumph") in making a decision to either seek employment or re-enter school for training for employment. Emphasis is on teaching women to set achievable goals and to take responsibility for their futures. Topics include understanding oneself,    increasing self-esteem, improving communication skills, enhancing decision-making ability, assessing past and present interests and skills, examining the job market and the world of work. Scholarships are available for those meeting program guidelines. There is an information session where eligibility for the scholarship is determined. Available from Macomb Community College - South Campus Single Parent/Displaced Homemaker's Program, (586) 445-7003.

Employment services - the Michigan Talent Bank/Job Bank Internet system provides labor market exchange. Job seekers may post a resume in the system and search employment opportunities posted by employers. Special services available to veterans. Available from Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170

Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Training Opportunities for individual 55 years of age and older with a family income below 125% of the poverty guidelines including employment seminars and community service positions which prepare participants for unsubscribed employment.  Priorty given to those 65 years and older, disabled, limited English proficiency, low literacy skills, reside in a rural area, veterans, have low employment prospects or who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Individuals earn minimum wage and are allowed to remain in the program for a maximum of 48 months. Available from the Senior Community Service Employment Program. To apply, contact:

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170

Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Employment program through the PATH (Partnership Accountability Training and Hope) program for DHHS clients (unless deferred for a medical or other reason) to prepare them for gainful employment. At the end of the program, the enrollees are expected to work up to 40 hours a week at minimum wage or above. The employment required may be a combination of employment and training. Clients are referred by DHHS to the PATH (Partnership Accountability Training and Hope) program, provided by Michigan Works! For more information, call Deborah Szatkiewski, Michigan Works! (569) 469-5220

Employment services - The Pure Michigan Talent Connect Internet system provides labor market exchange. Job seekers may post a resume in the system and search employment opportunities posted by employers. Special services available to veterans. Available from Michigan Works!:

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170

Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Vocational services, including apprenticeship, information, aptitude/interst assessment, career planning, classroom training, employability skills workshops, job placement assistance, on-the-job training, occupational information, occupational outlook information, labor market information, career resource room, resume assistance, vocational assessments, training for new careers and other services.  Available from Michigan Works!:

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170

Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

1As ex-offenders are sometimes considered high-risk employees, employers require that these employees be bonded. Bonding is fidelity bond insurance available to employers to protect against possible dishonest acts by employees, such as theft, larceny, forgery or embezzlement.  Bonding services are available at Michigan Works!  Services Centers listed above.

Medical and vocational evaluations, counseling, job placement and follow-up services for individuals with a disability provide the opportunity for persons with disabilities to become independent through employment. To be eligible, a person must have a physical or mental disability (excluding blindness) that interferes with the ability to work. There must be a reasonable chance that the person will become gainfully employed if services are provided. Available from:

Department of Career Development
Rehabilitation Services
Atrium Office Center
43630 Hayes, Suite 120
Clinton Twp., MI 48036
(586) 412-1510

Diagnostic evaluations, vocational counseling, and training in skills of blindness is available for adults who are blind. Depending on the need and eligibility, low-vision equipment, vocational training, technical school training, college education, job development and placement and follow are available from the Bureau of Services for Blind Persons, Vocational Rehabilitation Program, (313) 456-1646.

Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Employment services - the Michigan Talent Bank/Job Bank Internet system provides labor market exchange. Job seekers may post a resume in the system and search employment opportunities posted by employers. Special services available to veterans. Available from Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Staff works with people who are both deaf and blind.  Participants in the program may also participate in a program which provides one-on-one services which focus on developing daily living and vocational skills. Available from the Bureau of Services for Blind Persons, (313) 456-1646.

SERVICES FOR INMATES AT THE MACOMB COUNTY JAIL

Employment and educational services are    available to inmates in the Macomb County Jail as part of an early or after-release program, including apprenticeship information, aptitude/interest assessment,    basic skills upgrading, career counseling, classroom training, English as a second    language, employability skills workshops, GED prep, job placement assistance, machinist    program, on-the-job training, occupational information, occupational outlook information, labor market information, career resource room, resume assistance, vocational assessments, training for new careers and other services.   For more information, call L’Anse Creuse Adult Education Department at (586) 307-9466.

High school or GED completion assistance is provided by L'Anse Creuse Adult Education Department at the Macomb County Jail for inmates.  For more information, call L’Anse Creuse Adult Education Department at (586) 307-9466.

SERVICES FOR INMATES AT THE MACOMB REGIONAL CORRECTIONS FACILITY

Food technology and custodial maintenance classes for inmates at the Macomb Regional Facility. For more information, contact the School Principal (586) 749-4900.

Pre- and post-release job skills program for inmates at the Macomb Regional Corrections Facility including information on self-awareness, and job and life skills. For more information, contact the School Principal (586) 749-4900.

Vocational skill development in a clubhouse environment for Macomb County residents older than 18 who have a history of serious mental illness. Referrals most often come from within Community Mental Health, but outside referrals are accepted. Other services at Crossroads Clubhouse include: a transitional employment program; placement into paid part-time employment; and referral to supported employment through Department of Career Development - Rehabilitation Services. Supported employment means that Rehab. Services helps them to find a job, provides job coaching, and short-term supports related to the long-term support provided by CMH - Vocational and Day Program Services. To refer a client for services, contact: FIRST Resources - North (586-469-7857) or the intake and assessment centers at Community Mental Health - FIRST Resources SE (586-466-6915) or FIRST Resources SW (586-573-2005).

Advocacy Services provides information and referral to Macomb County vocational and other services for Macomb County's citizens. Available from ARC Services of Macomb County Advocacy Services, Inc., (586) 469-1600.

Medical and vocational evaluations, counseling, job placement and follow-up services for disabled individuals provides an opportunity for persons with disabilities to become independent through employment. To be eligible, a person must have a physical or mental disability that interferes with the ability to work. There must also be a reasonable chance that the person will become gainfully employed if services are provided. Available from Michigan Department of Career Development - Rehabilitation Services.

Department of Career Development
ehabilitation Services
Atrium Office Center
43630 Hayes, Suite 120
Clinton Twp., MI 48036
(586) 412-1510

TDD:  (586) 412-1507

Employment services, including apprenticeship information, aptitude/interest assessment, basic skills upgrading, career counseling, classroom training, employability skills workshops,  job placement assistance, on-the-job training,    occupational information, occupational outlook information, labor market information, career resource room, resume assistance, vocational assessments, training for new careers and other services. Call Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Supported employment opportunities: work activity program/sheltered workshops/ mobile crews/work enclaves are available for adults with developmental disabilities. Pay is below minimum wage. Eligibility is established through Macomb County Community Mental Health (CMH) Vocational and Day Programs, (586) 469-5950.

Vocational services for older workers 55 years and older including: classroom training (no on-the-job training available), individual job counseling, career assessments, job search seminars, job placement assistance available from Michigan Works!.

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Employment services - the Michigan Talent Bank/Job Bank Internet system provides labor market exchange. Job seekers may post a resume in the system and search employment opportunities posted by employers. Special services available to veterans. Available from Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Training Opportunities, employment seminars and community service positions which prepare participants for unsubsidized employment for individual 55 years of age and older with a family income below 125% of the poverty guidelines. Preference given to those 65 years and older, disabled, limited English proficiency, low literacy skills, reside in a rural area, veterans, have low employment prospects or who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless Individuals earn minimum wage and are allowed to remain in the program for a maximum of 48 months.  Available from the Senior Community Service Employment Program. To apply, contact:

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works! 4
3630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Employment services - The Pure Michigan Connect Internet system provides labor market exchange. Job seekers may post a resume in the system and search employment opportunities posted by employers. Special services available to veterans. Available from Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Vocational services, including apprenticeship information, aptitude/interest assessment, basic skills upgrading, career counseling, classroom training, employability skills workshops,  job placement assistance, on-the-job training, occupational information, occupational outlook information, labor market information, career resource room, resume assistance, vocational assessments, training for new careers and other services. Available from Michigan Works!.

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Veteran Employability Boot Camp is a week-long one-on-one training for veterans or spouses of veterans designed to build resumes, build an online presence, write cover and thank you letters and interview skills to assist in finding suitable employment.  Sessions are offered in Clinton Township on the first full week of every month from 9:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. Pre-registration required. Available from Michigan Works!. For more information, call:

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
15950 12 Mile
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170
Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

Literacy Help Basic functional literacy skills delivered by volunteer tutors for adults who have difficulty in reading. Flexible hours and locations available. For more information contact Macomb Literacy Partners, (586) 286-2750.

Students ages 16-21 may apply for the Chesterfield Fire Department Explorer Program and learn what it takes to be a firefighter and get some hands on training. For more information, call Lt. Tom Rowley, (586) 949-5999. 

DHHSCLIENTS  DHHS clients may be eligible for financial assistance, medical assistance, child care, limited one-time emergency services from DHS.

Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
Mt. Clemens District 
(586) 469-7700
serving Capehart Housing Unit - SANG Base,
Mt. Clemens, Clinton Township, Harrison Twp.,
St. Clair Shores, New Baltimore, Chesterfield 48047
Sterling Heights District
(586) 254-1500
serving Armada, Chesterfield 480051, Lenox, Macomb,
Memphis 48041, New Haven, Ray, Richmond,
Rochester 48306, Romeo, Shelby, Sterling Heights,
Utica and Washington.
Warren District
(586) 573-2300
Center Line, Eastpointe, Fraser, Roseville and Warren.

TDD:  (313) 876-5540 (Available Monday - Friday, 8:15 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.)

MICHIGAN WORKS! Clients

Michigan Works! clients may be eligible for transportation money, emergency needs payments, child care referrals, work-related equipment and clothing from Michigan Works!

Michigan Works!
75 N. River Rd.
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-8700
Michigan Works!
43630 Hayes, Ste. 100
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 263-1501
Michigan Works!
27850 Van Dyke
Warren, MI  48093
(586) 574-2170

Michigan Works!
15950 E 12 Mile Rd Ste 100
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 447-9200

Michigan Relay Service – Dial 711

NATURAL DISASTER

Additional unemployment insurance benefits are available to persons who are unemployed due to a natural disaster, such as an earthquake, hurricane, etc. Eligibility is determined by the Department of Labor.

SCHOLARSHIPS  

Free Application for Federal Student Aid:
Youth :  Contact your high school guidance counselor
Adults:  Contact Macomb Community College (586) 445-7228 or any university financial aid office.

Website for scholarships: www.Fastweb.com  

College tuition and mandatory fees for students from low-income families. Students must have (or have had) Medicaid coverage for 24 months within a 36 consecutive month period is identified by the Department of Human Services. This can happen as early as the sixth grade.  The Michigan Department of Treasury will send an application form to the home of each of the identified students.  The students must then complete that application form and return it before graduation from high school (or GED completion) and before their 20th birthday to activate the financial eligibility for the program.  Only then will the student receive a "confirmation letter."  For more  information contact the Tuition Incentive Program, Student Scholarships and  Grants, at the toll free number (888) 447-2687.

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE

Temporary income support for workers who lose their jobs through no fault of their own.    

Temporary income support for workers who lose their jobs through no fault of their own.

To apply, call (866) 500-0017 or go to www.michigan.gov/uia.

TDD: (313) 876-5540 (Available Monday – Fridy, 8:15 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.)

TDD: (313) 876-5540
Available Monday - Friday, 8:15 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

VETERAN'S BENEFITS      

Financial aid for temporary emergency needs (food, utility shut off, mortgage foreclosure and/or court-eviction notices) is available for veterans in need.  For more information, contact the Macomb County Department of Veterans Services (586) 469-5315 (Clinton Township).

SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY INSURANCE AND SSI PROGRAMS

A general reference source about the employment-related provisions of Social Security Disability Insurance and the Supplemental Security Income Programs for educators, advocates, rehabilitation professionals, and counselors who serve people with disabilities. “The Red Book” is available free online at:  http://www.socialsecurity.gov/redbook/documents/TheRedBook2016.pdf