Goodwill provides job training and employment opportunities for people with disabilities and disadvantages throughout its community-based member organizations around the world.
Options of Linn County works with community businesses in providing employment services to adults with disabilities. Options is a publicly operated service provider within the Linn County Community Services department. Options serves over 350 people annually.
Linn County Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities (MHDD) Services is the county agency responsible for managing services for people with mental retardation, mental illness, or developmental disabilities. This is done through the Central Point of Coordination office. The agency also provides direct services for people with disabilities through the following programs: Service Coordination/Client Counseling, Supervised Apartment Living, In-Home Services, Client Financial Services (Payee).
Kirkwood Community College has established policies and procedures to implement provisions of the Americans with Disability Act (ADA). These policies and procedures are used to determine reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities to meet academic and technical standards required for their educational program. The Learning Services department offers support for students with disabilities. These services are available to qualified students at no cost. Using a case management team approach to assist students, Disability Services arranges reasonable accommodations for its clients. For more information stop in 2063 Cedar Hall or call (319) 398-5574 (TTY 398-5451).
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The mission of the Cedar Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce is to improve the strong business environment through the retention, expansion, recruitment and creation of businesses and to enhance the quality of life in the areas they serve.