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Pathways to Employment

Have you become unemployed or do you need help finding the right career training for a new direction?  Our workforce development partners at ADWorks are here to help you achieve self-reliance.  For employment support and services, please visit adworks.org/job-seekers


Pathways to Employment, Eviction Prevention Program, is intended to assist residents impacted by COVID who have received a demand for payment or 10-day notice from their landlord or a shut-off notice from a utility provider.

Qualified residents, who have a valid lease and received a 10-day notice, demand for payment of rent, or utility shut-off notice, may be eligible to receive a one-time assistance payment for qualified rental and utility arrears.

Please apply for assistance using our online application portal.  Applications are prioritized based on income and the date of the demand notice.  FUNDING FOR THIS PROGRAM IS LIMITED.  ASSISTANCE IS SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS AND NOT GUARANTEED.  For program information, please review the Pathways to Employment Program Manual.

Residents who own their home, or who earn more than 80% of the area median income (see bullets below), are not eligible to receive assistance. Certain other program restrictions may apply.

For those in our community that need additional help meeting their basic needs, we encourage you to connect with the Douglas County Department of Human Services and our community-based partners listed below.