About Supported Employment and Education

Supported Employment

Oregon Supported Employment Center for Excellence (OSECE) was created in 2008 as part of Oregon’s Supported Employment Initiative to provide technical assistance to Supported Employment providers; conduct fidelity reviews; collect, evaluate and share outcome data; educate and advise local and State policymakers; and coordinate media coverage of success stories.

The Center is funded through a contract with the Oregon Health Authority Health Systems Division and is operated in partnership with the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, the IPS Employment Center at the Rockville Research Institute, and Options for Southern Oregon (who administers the contract).

To contact the Oregon Health Authority / Health Systems Division regarding IPS Supported Employment, please contact Jason Daniels by e-mail at JASON.H.DANIELS@dhsoha.state.or.us.

Supported Education:

Supported Education for individuals with psychiatric disabilities is generally considered to be a promising practice. Promising practices are clinical service models that have expert consensus or other support, but which have not been rigorously evaluated scientifically.

IPS Supported Education Resources: