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Goodwill’s mission is to connect Kentucky job seekers with the resources and services they need to find and maintain long-term employment and a career path. We serve Kentuckians who have disabilities or experience other challenges finding success in the workforce, such as criminal backgrounds, language barriers, limited education, lack of transportation and chronic poverty.

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For more information, contact 1-844-GWK-WORK (1-844-495-9675).

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Goodwill Works

Goodwill is dedicated to helping motivated job seekers who need help getting a foot in the door with employers or who may need a second chance in joining the workforce.

Preparation and opportunity are the keys to success, and we offer a Work Ready Certificate to graduates of Goodwill’s Soft Skills Academy. Currently, participants study and practice six concepts that significantly impact the ability to find and maintain employment: attitude, conflict resolution, dependability, safety, self-presentation and team building.

Further, through partnerships with employers across the state — and by matching job seekers with long-term career coaches — Goodwill is connecting Kentuckians with meaningful opportunities to find a career path and climb the ladder out of poverty.

For more information, call 1-844-GWK-WORK (1-844-495-9675) or contact the Goodwill Works office closest to you:

Louisville Metro Area909 E. BroadwayLouisville, KY 40204(502) 585-5221

Lexington Area & Central Kentucky130 W. New Circle Rd., Ste. 110Lexington, KY 40505(859) 277-3661

Somerset Area & Eastern Kentucky5828 South Hwy. 27Somerset, KY 42501(606) 561-0359

Bowling Green Area & Western Kentucky1806 U.S. Hwy. 31W BypassBowling Green, KY 42101(270) 781-4930

Pikeville126 Trivette Drive, Suite 104Pikeville, Ky 41501(606) 727-5020

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Way to Work

A partnership between Goodwill Industries of Kentucky and United Way of Central Kentucky, Way to Work provides a network of services to break down barriers that interfere with long-term success. We address the multiple concerns and needs of our participants — who we call “members” — helping them overcome barriers that keep them from finding long-term employment and financial self-sufficiency.

Unlike a placement agency or temporary service, Way to Work is committed to helping its members achieve full-time employment with benefits, find stability and improve their lives. With all Way to Work services offered at no cost, members can expect to receive:

One-on-one employment coachingEducational resourcesJob-readiness trainingFinancial literacy and budgeting servicesBarrier removal resources and referralsLegal advocacy

Want to learn more or know someone who could benefit from our program? Call us at (270) 506-4950, email our team at waytowork
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Way to Work580D Westport RoadElizabethtown, KY 42701

Power of Work & WIPA

Power of Work

The KentuckianaWorks Power of Work program, operated by Goodwill Industries of Kentucky, matches Kentuckians transitioning off government assistance with employers who need eager, prepared employees. Participants receive job-readiness training and help identifying their skills so they can smoothly transition into employment. Our career coaches offer one-on-one attention and support.

Participants have access to:

Job-readiness workshopsWork experience training programVocational assessmentTests of Adult Basic Education (TABE)Job survival and success scale

For more information, contact the Power of Work office:

Heyburn Building332 W. Broadway, Ste. 1000Louisville, KY 40202(502) 574-4038

The Power of Work program is operated by Goodwill Industries of Kentucky, administered by KentuckianaWorks (Greater Louisville’s Workforce Development Board), and funding is provided by the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services.

Participants have access to:

Job-readiness workshopsWork experience training programVocational assessmentTests of Adult Basic Education (TABE)Job survival and success scale

For more information, contact your local Power of Work office:

Heyburn Building332 W. Broadway, Ste. 1000Louisville, KY 40202(502) 574-4038

The Power of Work program is operated by Goodwill Industries of Kentucky, administered by KentuckianaWorks (Greater Louisville’s Workforce Development Board), and funding is provided by the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services.

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For me, the most important part of the program was redetermining my focus. I was forced to reevaluate my priorities and stop succumbing to pressure. I finally have a stable income and am able to provide for my children. For the first time since having my son, I am completely free of government assistance.” -Meghan, Power of Work graduate

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Work Incentives Planning and Assistance (WIPA)

The Work Incentives Planning and Assistance (WIPA) program provides benefits counseling support to people who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).

The counseling support is provided by Community Work Incentives Coordinators (CWICs) who have received approved training from the Social Security Administration and a certification through Virginia Commonwealth University. WIPA participants are paired with a CWIC who will help them understand how work will impact their income and health care benefits. They will also teach participants how to use work incentives to return to work to increase their financial self-sufficiency.

Who is eligible for WIPA?

Anyone between 14 years old and full retirement ageBeneficiaries who have a disability and receive SSI and/or SSDIThose working, interested in returning to work or increasing employment

Services provided:

Individualized short- and long-term benefits planning and management services so beneficiaries know what they need to report to the Social Security Administration when they work, including how to report wage and other information to the Social Security Administration and how to access and use the Social Security Administration and other federal, state, and local work incentives programs.Referral to employment-support services and troubleshooting benefits issues related to working and the return-to-work process.Presentations to beneficiaries, their supports and providers about the Supplemental Security Income and Social Security Disability Insurance programs and work incentives.Outreach to beneficiaries and their supports about WIPA services and how to access us.

What do we need from participants?

WIPA provides beneficiaries and their supports with benefits analysis and work incentives information specific to their situation and employment goals. Participants will be asked to provide verification of current benefits, including type of benefit received, related health care coverage and verification of other public benefits received (ie. food stamps, Section 8 Housing or other rental assistance).

Verification of benefits is critical to the services WIPA provides. We cannot give you and your supports accurate, individualized information without knowing what you receive, whether you’ve used work incentives in the past and whether additional factors could impact work-related decisions as they relate to your benefits.

Kentucky counties served:

Bath, Bell, Boone, Bourbon, Boyd, Bracken, Breathitt, Campbell, Carter, Clark, Clay, Elliott, Estill, Fayette, Fleming, Floyd, Garrard, Grant, Greenup, Harlan, Harrison, Jackson, Johnson, Kenton, Knott, Knox, Laurel, Lawrence, Lee, Leslie, Letcher, Lewis, Lincoln, Madison, Magoffin, Mason, Martin, McCreary, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan, Nicholas, Owsley, Pendleton, Perry, Pike, Powell, Pulaski, Robertson, Rockcastle, Rowan, Scott, Whitley, Wolfe.

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This document is funded through a Social Security cooperative agreement. Although Social Security reviewed this document for accuracy, it does not constitute an official Social Security communication.

Kentucky Youth Career Center

The Kentucky Youth Career Center (KYCC) provides services for out-of-school youth ages 18-24 in six Kentucky counties — Bullitt, Henry, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble — in coordination with adult education programs and numerous community partners. The program focuses on three areas:

Improving basic skills and earning secondary school credentialsEnrolling in advanced training and supporting participants’ completionFinding and keeping employment

KYCC serves youths who are interested in summer employment, year-round employment, or earning secondary school credentials. KYCC participants can take a job skills workshop and are deemed “certified work-ready” with the successful completion of a mock interview. Paid internships are available through KYCC and incentives can be earned by completing job and education goals. KYCC participants may also be eligible for supportive services for work or school up to $600.

KYCC is headquartered in Shepherdsville (Bullitt County) with an additional office in Shelbyville (Shelby County). Walk-ins are accepted as well as referrals from public school systems, adult education programs or other community partners and agencies. To receive services, participants must be eligible under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).

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Funding for the Kentucky Youth Career Center is provided by the U.S. Department of Labor, through the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet, administered by KentuckianaWorks (Greater Louisville’s Workforce Development Board) and operated by Goodwill Industries of Kentucky.

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