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All publications and videos can be purchased by faxing in the order form to (202)955-1087. You may also e-mail your request to publications @welfaretowork.org or call 1-888-USA-JOBS1 to place an order. Shipping costs are not included and all payments must be received prior to delivery. All sales are final (no refunds).
Build Your Own Welfare to Work Human Resource Library!
This free series of publications will help employers successfully recruit, retain and advance those who are recovering from a addiction and substance abuse. It is funded through The Partnership and the U.S. Department of Labor.
Partnership's newly updated version of The Road to Retention,
expands to include 26 companies and their experiences on how they used
welfare to work to improve their bottom line. It highlights the importance
of federal programs, such as food stamps, healthcare and housing, for
low-income workers as well as the importance of community and government
partnerships. Click here
to order. ($7.95)
The Community Blueprint
This manual is based on the best practices of several communities across
the country. The Community Blueprint profiles describes the
building blocks that are needed to help local communities create effective
welfare to work programs. Click here
to order. ($9.95)
Transportation continues to be one of the biggest challenges of welfare to
work. The Road to Work is a how-to manual that helps companies
design customized solutions to meet their specific transportation
challenges. Click here
to order your free copy or download here.
Motivate your staff through the personal stories of four former welfare
recipients who changed their lives and the lives of their children by
choosing a paycheck over a welfare check. Employees from Salomon Smith
Barney, Cessna, Sears and Children of the Rainbow Day-Care Center are
represented. Click here
to order. ($29.95; 15 min.)