This program provides deaf and hard of hearing individuals with enhanced services and training in select America’s Job Center of California locations throughout California.
The Employment Development Department Workforce Services Branch announces the availability of Wagner-Peyser 10 percent Governor’s Discretionary funds of $2,500,000 for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) Program. The purpose of these funds is to provide employment and training services to individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing. These funds will also ensure that services provided to deaf and hard of hearing individuals are at least equal to services received by non-deaf and non-hard of hearing individuals.
This program provides deaf and hard of hearing individuals with enhanced services and training in select America’s Job Center of California locations throughout California. The program will ensure effective communication and increased service opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing individuals by providing specialized counseling, interpretive services, job placement, follow-up services and advocacy, and specialized training to assist them in becoming job-ready. The program is also designed to assist job-ready deaf and hard of hearing individuals in obtaining and retaining unsubsidized employment. The program also intends that interpretive services be provided to enable these individuals to receive other EDD-related services.
This SFP is open to public agencies and private non-profit corporations. Individuals are not eligible to apply. Applicants must clearly demonstrate their service area meets the criteria outlined in the SFP. Proposal applications must be received no later than Friday, May 14, 2021.
- Public Agency
Proposals will be accepted from public agencies or private non-profit corporations. Individuals are not eligible to apply. Applicants must clearly demonstrate their ability to provide services to the targeted population. Applicants may submit proposals to provide services for one or multiple sites. Applicants may also submit one proposal to provide services at multiple sites within a targeted geographical area.
Services in the geographical areas listed below are funded and priority will be provided to programs and services in these areas to prevent and/or minimize disruption in services: Fresno, Los Angeles, Riverside/Rancho Cucamonga, Sacramento, San Diego/Oceanside, San Francisco/Bay Area, and Santa Ana/Garden Grove.
Proposals to serve a geographical area not listed above must clearly identify the need and why those needs are not currently being met.
How to Apply
State agencies/departments recommend you read the full grant guidelines before applying.
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