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TRAC Associates

Seattle, WA | http://www.tracassoc.com
Joined in March 2021

About Us

TRAC Associates

We assist job seekers in finding & keeping employment, and the supports & resources needed for stability & sustainability.

Through partnering with community agencies and leveraging funding sources, our Employment Case Managers use a trauma-informed, person-centered wraparound approach to assisting our vulnerable and valuable community members , historically underserved and economically challenged.

Our employment programs are designed to assist people experiencing employment challenges such as homelessness, poverty, behavioral health diagnoses, disadvantageous & disabling conditions, long term unemployed, low English proficiency, obtaining childcare, domestic violence survival, and many other issues and barriers.

Our FREE Employment programs for Job Seekers include:

AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT WA STATE: 

Supported Employment - Vulnerable Populations, people with Substance Use Disorder & Mental Health diagnoses, people in Recovery - funded by Foundational Community Support / Medicaid

Ticket To Work - SSI / SSDI recipients - funded by Social Security Administration


KING COUNTY PROGRAMS:

*Also Available in Pierce & Snohomish Counties

TRAC to Work - Homeless Employment Program - Streets To Home / JobsConnect, in partnership with Muslim Housing Services - providing housing assistance to ALL people experiencing homelessness - funded by United Way of King County

BFET*- Basic Food, Employment & Training - for people receiving food benefits - funded by DSHS

ORIA* - Office of Refugee & Immigrant Assistance - funded by DSHS

WIOA - Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act; Unemployed adults, Dislocated workers, Seniors & Caregivers - funded by Department of Labor

CLEVER - Career Ladder for Educated and Vocationally Experienced Refugees

Healthcare Workforce for the Future* - funded by Workforce Development Council

Community Jobs* - TANF recipients - funded by DSHS


Through these programs we can assist:

  • People at risk of or currently experiencing homelessness
  • People ages 16+
  • People receiving ABD, SSI or SSDI (disability benefits)
  • People in recovery or treatment for Substance Use Disorder
  • People receiving or eligible to receive mental health treatment / care
  • Justice-involved individuals & with Re-entry concerns
  • Seniors & their Caregivers
  • McKinney-Vento Homeless Students & their Families
  • Veterans
  • Immigrants, Refugees & Asylees
  • People with Low English Proficiency
  • Individuals & Families
  • Domestic Violence Survivors
  • Displaced Workers & people receiving Unemployment Insurance benefits
  • People receiving public benefits, basic food (BFET / EBT), low income
  • People who need additional education, training or certification for their goals

Some of the Employment Barriers we assist with are:

  • Obtaining Driver's Licenses, IDs & Birth Certificates
  • Transportation
  • Phone & Email
  • Job Searches & Applications
  • Interview & Work Clothes / hygiene items
  • Haircuts
  • Classes & Trainings
  • Resume & Cover Letter development
  • Interviewing Skills
  • Workplace Issues
  • Life Skills
  • Advocacy
  • Financial Coaching
  • Connecting to Housing Case Management
  • Finding any other resource they need to be successful!

No referrals necessary - contact us for program eligibility & employment assistance.

TRAC Associates

We assist job seekers in finding & keeping employment, and the supports & resources needed for stability & sustainability.

Through partnering with community agencies and leveraging funding sources, our…

Issue Areas Include

  • Community Development
  • Education
  • Immigrants or Refugees
  • Job & Workplace
  • Poverty

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