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Stephanie spent four years working as a traveling phlebotomist. Her mother provided childcare for Stephanie’s four children while she worked to provide for her family. When her mother became ill, Stephanie had to leave her job. Family illness and unemployment were not the first obstacles she encountered; she was also a domestic violence survivor. Stephanie visited her local One-Stop and saw a flyer for Project HOPE: Healthcare Occupations Preparation for Employment Visit disclaimer page . She was interested in returning to school but had exhausted available financial aid during her Phlebotomy degree. Stephanie knew she had an open door in front of her and decided to walk through it. She called the number on the flyer and applied for Project HOPE assistance.

As a single father, Julio struggled for many years to provide for his children. He worked whatever jobs he could find, from cashier to cook to bike messenger, but wanted more. Julio received assistance from the New York Human Resources Administration. During a visit, he learned about the Allied Health Career Pipeline Program Visit disclaimer page offered through Hostos Community College. They offer free healthcare training and career services to help eligible students obtain employment in the healthcare professions. Julio immediately registered for the program and began Certified Nursing Assistant training in January of 2020.

After Jodi’s life took a turn for the worst, she found her path to redemption through the Innovations in Creating Access to Careers in Healthcare (I-CATCH) Visit disclaimer page program at Edmonds College.

A dead-end job with no discernible future led Rose to find a new career path courtesy of the Eastern Connecticut Workforce Investment Board’s Health Careers Advancement Project (Health CAP) Visit disclaimer page funded by the Health Professions Opportunity Grant (HPOG) program.

Health Careers NW (HCNW) Visit disclaimer page provides healthcare training and job search assistance to Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients, and individuals covered under Medicaid through the Oregon Health Plan.

The Northeast Louisiana Professional Healthcare Opportunities— Career and Support Project II (PHOCAS-II) provides training opportunities for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients and other low-income individuals in Louisiana. The goal of this program is to train and help students find employment in healthcare careers, while assisting them to overcome challenges and barriers.

Volunteers of America Texas Health Profession Opportunity Grant (VOATX HPOG) Visit disclaimer page provides education and employment opportunities for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients and other low-income individuals in the Greater Houston area. The goal of this program is to have participants obtain specialized occupational training and help them find employment in healthcare careers.

The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe’s Healthcare Ute Project (HCUTE) serves low-income Native Americans on the Ute Mountain Ute Tribal reservation. Their program goal is to break the cycle of under-employment and poverty with education for healthcare jobs.

Schenectady County Community College’s Upstate Partnership for Healthcare Pathways (UPHP) Visit disclaimer page program is a joint force of educational institutions and Community Action Partners (CAP). Their goal is to educate and help Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients and other low-income individuals find healthcare occupations.

Goodwill Industries of the Valleys operates the GoodCare Career Pathways Program Visit disclaimer page . This program provides training to Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients and other low-income individuals to help them overcome employment barriers, setting participants on a career pathway in the healthcare field.