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Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deaf-Blind Services - Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

This agency is known as VR for short. They offer services to help people with all types of hearing loss. VR assists with hearing skills training for job searches and interviews. They also help employers with interpreters and how to best work with those that are deaf or have hearing loss. Please call or visit the website for locations and more information.

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Domestic Violence & Human Trafficking (Lucha) Program-Americans for Immigrant Justice

Lucha is for those dealing with domestic violence and human trafficking. There is free legal help for immigrants. You can get healthcare and mental health counseling. They can help with housing, school, and jobs. They help with banking, taxes, and earning a driver's license. See the website to learn more.

Call 305.573.1106 ext. 1400 or email luchainfo@aijustice.org for help.

Job Search – Employ Florida Marketplace - Baker

Employ Florida Marketplace connects job seekers and employers. It has links to job training and education. Contact for more information or see website.

For Job Seekers

Create a resume
Research career and wage information
Find training programs
Conduct and save job searches
Receive automatic job notifications
Connect to local workforce experts

For Businesses

Post and manage job openings
Search candidates by skills, experience or region
Research labor market information
Learn about training grant opportunities
Connect to local workforce experts

Veteran's Services - Employment

This program helps Veterans with service connected disabilities. It helps them to prepare for and find suitable jobs. For Veterans who cannot immediately go to work due to their disability, they may get services to help them to live as independently as possible. This program is also known as the Chapter 31 Program. Veterans will meet with a counselor to consider a plan that meets their specific needs. They may receive training at a college, vocational or technical school. They will get help with job seeking skills. They can also receive counseling and medical referrals as needed.

VetSuccess Program Services Include:

  • Assistance finding and keeping a job
  • Comprehensive rehabilitation evaluation to determine abilities, skills, and interests
  • Employment services such as job-training, job-seeking skills and resume development
  • Independent living services for Veterans unable to work due to the severity of their disabilities