- Department of Labor (DOL):
Provides information and technical assistance relating to the American workforce.
- Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration:
Seeks to build up the labor market through the training of the workforce and the placement of workers in jobs through employment services.
- Department of Labor - Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP):
Provides information, training, and technical assistance to business leaders, organized labor, rehabilitation and service providers, advocacy organizations, families and individuals with disabilities.
- Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Facts Page:
Provides information and technical assistance relating employment and disabilities.
- The Center on State Systems & Employment:
A national Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) which works to identify, expand and support strategies that are successful in helping individuals with disabilities obtain employment. Excellent site for information on the policies and procedures relating to the Workforce Investment Act.
- Job Accommodation Network (JAN):
JAN is an information network and consulting resource that enables qualified workers with disabilities to be hired or retained. It brings together information from many sources about practical ways of making accommodations for employees and applicants with disabilities.
- Law, Health Policy and Disability Center, University of Iowa:
The Law, Health Policy and Disability Center is an emerging leader in law, technology, education and research. The Center concentrates on public policy and its impact on persons with disabilities, with an emphasis on employment, self-determination, self-sufficiency, and improving quality of life.
- The National Center on Workforce and Disability/Adult (NCWD):
The mission of the Center is to ensure that adults with disabilities are provided full access to high-quality services in employment.
- National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability/Youth (NCWD/Y):
The mission of the Collaborative is to ensure that youth with disabilities are provided full access to high-quality services in integrated settings in order to maximize their opportunities for employment and independent living.
- National Association of Workforce Boards:
The National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB) represents business-led Workforce Boards that plan and oversee state and local workforce development and job training programs. NAWB members work in their communities to create a more highly skilled workforce.
- Social Security Online Disability:
A site where individuals can do their Social Security business online.
- U.S. Workforce:
Is a collaboration between public and private sector groups and individuals to provide access to workforce information and resources and to apply that information toward innovative and effective partnerships and programs.
- Wisconsin Pathways to Independence (WPTI):
WPTI is a research and demonstration project proposed by the Governor of Wisconsin, the Department of Health and Family Services and the Development of Workforce Development. WPTI seeks to remove barriers to employment for people with severe disabilities and provide ready access to the comprehensive help they need in order to work.
A comprehensive site that provides information, resources, and services regarding the employment of people with disabilities.