Ohio Valley Goodwill offers comprehensive services and training programs that are specifically designed to help individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment reach their goal of community employment. We help set individuals up for success in every phase of the employment process, from the beginning stages of the choosing the right vocational direction to finding the right employment opportunity and supports while in that job.
For those individuals seeking life enrichment opportunities, Ohio Valley Goodwill offers a community-based, award-winning social integration program called the Center for Advocacy, Recreation and Education (CARE).
Ohio Valley Goodwill offers Assessment Services to help individuals determine their vocational interests and employment goals. Assessments are individualized to reflect the skills, interests and abilities of the person as well as their stated aspirations in seeking future employment.
Ohio Valley Goodwill is proud to offer an array of award-winning programs and services designed to enrich the lives of people with disabilities. Committed to “Employment First,” Goodwill’s mission is to help individuals to achieve personal success. Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation Facilities (CARF), surveyors noted Goodwill’s “supportive, proactive atmosphere which is valued by individuals and families served.” Ohio Valley Goodwill is proud of its collaborative partnerships with County Boards of DD in Ohio.
The journey to employment is one of discovery, opportunity, self-awareness and personal confidence; the steps of which are supported by our award-winning Employment Specialist team. Find out more about our services here.
Ohio Valley Goodwill is pleased to offer a range of pre-employment transition services for students with disabilities. Below you will find more information about the different services designed to help students with disabilities in Greater Cincinnati achieve employment success. All Pre-Employment Transition Services for Students are offered through a collaborative partnership with Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities and students must be at least 14 years of age and be eligible for services through OOD.