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This section reviews methods for providing employment support to all One-Stop customers, including those with disabilities.

Doreen: Montana

Through the Montana/Wyoming Careers Through Partnership program, Doreen was able to access the Cut Bank Job Service/Workforce Center, which helped her to establish her own dog grooming business.

George's Carved Job

Working with a customized employment team at his local One-Stop, George's interests and assets were identified through the person-centered planning process.

Building Capacity for Serving People with Disabilities Through the One-Stop System: Boston, MA

The One-Stop in Quincy MA has used a variety of partners and resources to provide individual services to customers with significant disabilities.

Enhancing Self-Employment Options for People with Disabilities: Indianapolis, IN

The Indiana Customized Employment Grant (CEG) has leveraged resources and worked with state and local entities to help One-Stop customers with disabilities achieve self-employment.

Blended Funding Case Summaries: Knoxville, TN

The Tennessee Customized Employment Project developed strategies to blend funding between the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Knoxville-area One-Stop Career Center to provide a range of supports to job seekers with disabilities.

Blended Funding and Resource Development: Montana

Montana Choice, Control, Career Project uses 'braided' funding from multiple funding sources to assist individuals obtain employment outcomes.

Information and Referral Specialist: Flint, MI

Career Alliance in Flint, MI has established an Information and Referral position to assist all customers who need additional time and support to access the One-Stops services effectively.

Self-Employment: Montana

The workforce system in Montana has created individualized and innovative self-employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities.

Funding Self-Employment: Cobb County, GA

CobbWorks! in Marietta, Georgia has created Project Exceed, which uses grant-funded Individualized Training Accounts to focus on customized employment and microenterprise/self-employment. This was implemented through customized employment brokers.