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211

211info.org may be able to help you identify, navigate, and connect with the local resources you need. Some of the services they can connect you to are:

  • Help to pay rent or to find housing
  • Help to pay utility bills
  • Help to get groceries or other food, like food boxes or food pantries
  • Help finding and paying for child care
  • Cash benefits
  • Immediate help for people in a domestic violence situation
  • Transportation help
  • Resources for immigrant and undocumented communities

Visit 211info.org for more, call 2-1-1, or 1-866-698-6155 (free language interpreters available by phone).

TTY: Dial 711 and call 1-866-698-6155

Text: Text your zip code to 898211 (TXT211) (English and Spanish)

Emailhelp@211info.org (English and Spanish)

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AI (Artificial Intelligence)

  • Advancing AI For Everyone Google site provides an overview of AI, steps on using AI responsibly, and their related tools.
  • AI Guidebook Google curation of resources to help with marketing, AI applications, suggestions for strategies/usage, legislative actions forecasts, and a guide for creating organizational guardrails in the use of AI.
  • AI in HR – The Future of Performance Reviews an article that looks at how AI can be used to promote a healthier HR process of performance reviews.
  • Bard an AI tool developed by Google.
  • ChatGPT an AI tool, requires a login to be created for the free version, an optional paid version offers access to additional features (more powerful, faster, and access to browser, plugins, and computer code generation).
  • Imagine an AI tool to generate images and art.
  • MidJourney an AI tool to generate images and art, use the Beta version or sign in with Discord.
  • Microsoft AI Landing Page shares current Microsoft products (including Azure and CoPilot)
  • What is AI (overviews and explanations of the different types of AI)?

Accessibility – see Disabilities (People with) Resources

Apprenticeships

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Behavioral Health – see Mental Health

Bonding

  • Federal Bonding Program: the Oregon Employment Department participates in the Federal Bonding Program. Employers can receive $5,000 fidelity bonds, free of charge, as an incentive to hire job seekers who do not qualify for commercial fidelity bonds.
  • Work Opportunity Tax Credit:(WOTC) is a Federal tax credit designed to incentivize employers to hire individuals who face barriers to employment

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Career Flyers for Participants:

Careers In Gear

Careers Oregon

Child Care

Community Resources

COVID-19 Guidance

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Demographic Data (Jackson and Josephine Counties)

For additional data visit the RWP Dashboards page

Disabilities (People with) Resources

Driving Prosperity (Good Jobs Challenge)

  • Driving Prosperity (Good Jobs Challenge) Staff Flyer
  • Getting Started with DocMgt is a guide on data entry for Driving Prosperity participants, this is in addition to I-Trac and eBridge.
  • Good Jobs DocMgt Filing Name Conventions use this to name documents and place in correct category: PDF or Excel
  • Job Quality Playbook is a guide for workforce and economic development agencies to learn more about why job quality matters, what components make a good job, and how to support both employers and workers.
  • What is a Good Job? The US Department of Labor defines the characteristics of a good job; explains the importance, and outlines strategies to promote employer partnerships and workforce training (Training and Employment Guidance Letter No. 07-22).

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Education: Secondary (High School Diploma and GED) or Post Secondary (College and Apprenticeships)

Employability Skills:

Employment:

Entrepreneur and Self-Employment

Equal Employment Opportunity and Grant Language for Documents

ETPL

  • ETP Quick Reference Guide: High-level overview of some of the key requirements that WIOA applies to states with respect to the ETP list.
  • Process to add a new Training Provider to the Oregon ETPL
  • Oregon Website: for more information and to view ETPL lists (Oregon, Washington, and Idaho)
  • TEGL 08-19: This guidance provides guidance and describes requirements relating to the eligibility provisions for the WIOA State list of Eligible Training Providers.
  • TEGL 08-19, Change 1: This guidance provides clarifications on Registered Apprenticeship Programs as eligible training providers, including clarification on National Registered Apprenticeship Programs.

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Fair Chance (participants with a criminal background, also known as Second Chance, Justice Involved, Returning Citizen)

Fair Labor Standards Act (FSLA)

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Good Jobs see Driving Prosperity

Grants (General)

  • Grants.Gov the US Grants website includes learning about grants and searching for federal offerings.

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Immigration, Refugees, Asylees, and Undocumented Communities

Internet and Telephone Resources for Low-Income Populations

I-Trac

New Eligibility Process 

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Justice Involved – see Fair Chance

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Labor Market Information

Layoff Aversion

LGBTQ+

  • Queer Coffee House @ the Library is held the first Tuesday of every month, 5:30 pm – 7 pm at Medford Library Adams Conference Room, 205 South Central Avenue, Medford OR 97501.  Every month a variety of activities are provided such as watch movies, play games, build community, and share favorite books, movies, podcasts, and more. LGBTQ+ folks and allies are all welcome!
  • TransCanWork nonprofit organization based in Los Angeles, California and is committed to advancing workplace inclusion through innovative training strategies and workforce development.  Many resources are available online.
  • TransPonder is a transgender-founded and led nonprofit based in Eugene, Oregon providing support, resources, and education for the transgender and gender-diverse community and our allies.  Many resources are available online.  For product vouchers in Ashland visit their Voucher page.

Living Wage Resources

Low Income and Poverty Guidelines (for eligibility with Federal and State programs)

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Mental Health

Minimum Wage

My WorkSource (MyWS)

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NCRC

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One-Stop Operator

  • One-Stop Operator RWP Policy see Policies and Strategic Documents under Program Specific Policies, Program Standards, and Guidance.
  • WIOA One-Stop Operator System Infographic includes a list of required partners and references.

OSHA

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Preferred Worker

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Rapid Response

 ——Workers ——

 —— Employers ——

 ——- Staff ——

Release of Information Forms (for Social Media, reports, and other documents written or digital)

Rogue Careers

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Safety

Social Security Disclosure Form

Social Security Disability Insurances Benefits

  • Benefits.Gov site explains what SSDI is, who is eligible, and application information.

Student (Higher Education) Resources

Substance Abuse

Success Story and Photo/Release of Information Form

Support Services

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Transportation and Truck Driving

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Umbrella of Services (Rogue Valley Workforce Development and Partners)

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Veteran Resources

  • Boots to BusinessBoots to Business (B2B) is an entrepreneurial education and training program offered by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), which provides an overview of entrepreneurship and applicable business ownership fundamentals. Active Duty Service members (including National Guard and Reserve), Veterans of all eras, and spouses are eligible to participate (one-page Flyer)
  • VA Workforce Benefits Navigator Presentation: a PDF of a presentation provided for the Oregon Prosperity 10,000 Navigator initiative from September 28, 2023.

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WIOA Related Documents:

Work Ready

Worksource Oregon Operational Standards

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Youth (WIOA)

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