Oregon Supported Employment Center for Excellence
OSECE 2020 Statewide Conference: Going Virtual!
We are excited about this year’s 13th Annual Oregon IPS Supported Employment & Education Statewide Conference.
Click Register Button below to learn more information about the conference, including registration details, speaker bios, and conference agenda.
OHA Behavioral Health Updates – October 21st Zoom Update for Behavioral Health Consumers with Director Steve Allen
Please join OHA’s Office of Consumer Activities Director Brandy Hemsley and Behavioral Health Director Steve Allen on Wednesday, October 21st from 6-7pm to hear updates about the work happening at OHA and ask us your questions. Click on this link to join using your...
For more information on all that is happening this month, here is the OSECE Calendar Month of October.
OHA launches behavioral health helpline, outreach campaign to support Oregonians’ mental, emotional health needs
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) announced the launch of a behavioral health outreach and education effort and new helpline for Oregonians. These new resources will help support increased behavioral health needs in our communities due to the broad impacts of COVID-19...
NARA NW in Portland, Or. has a position open for a Supported Employment Specialist…
Technical Assistance Requests
If you are a qualified or provisionally qualified IPS provider in Oregon you may request technical assistance using the link above.
Job Development – 3 Visits Model
Advanced Job Development
Benefits Planning 101
Work Incentives Application
Job Search Planning
Follow Along Support Planning
IPS Supported Employment 101
Supported Education 101
How To Manage Your IPS Caseload
Supervisor Training incl. Data Tracking
Fidelity Action Plan Consultation
Strategies for Engagement
The Vocational Profile & Disclosure
IPS & Justice System Involvement
IPS & Self Employment
IPS & ACT Fidelity Crosswalk
Wellness Plans for Work
Integration of Peers on IPS Teams
Program Data Analysis
General Consultation, Brainstorming, and Discussion