-Workforce services- assist jobseekers
as well as employers in high growth job areas. Services include job training, career development,
job placement, and retention programs serving persons with mental health disabilities, homeless
persons, persons transitioning from welfare to work, low-income non-custodial parents, older youth,
as well as economically disadvantaged county residents. Workforce services also provide
transitional work opportunities with Rubicon's business enterprises.
-Housing and Case
Management- housing programs promote independence and self-sufficiency for homeless and disabled
participants by reducing barriers to obtaining and maintaining housing. Services include case
management services, resource services, and permanent supportive housing.
Care- a team of professionals assist people will mental illness and chemical dependence achieve
recovery. Services include Day Treatment Program, Independent Learning Services, and CalWORKS
-Legal Services- Rubicon's Hawkins Center provides legal representation and
assistance to people living with physical and mental disabilities and HIV/AIDS.