Employment

The Community Organizations database provides information about Monroe County nonprofits and groups.



Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) - Monroe County

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Website http://www.in.gov/fssa/dfr/3143.htm
Phone 800-403-0864
Address Monroe County Division of Family Resources
1711 N College Avenue, Suite 101
Bloomington, IN 47404
Description

The Monroe County Division of Family and Children
Division of Family Resources: receives applications and approves eligibility for Medicaid, Food Stamps, cash assistance via Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), and childcare.

Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning: Administers Medicaid programs including the managed care system for Hoosier Healthwise participants. Performs medical review of Medicaid disability claims.

Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services: Manages the delivery of services to children and adults with developmental disabilities. Oversees the First Steps rehabilitation program for children from birth to age three.

Division of Mental Health and Addiction: Support network of mental health care providers.

Phone 1-800-403-0864
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LifeServices EAP

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Website http://www.lifeserviceseap.com
Contact Phil Hess
Phone 812-336-7814
Description

Provides employee assistance programs (workplace literacy, organization consultation) and managed health care services for employees of contracting workplaces and their families.

Additional Contact Peggy Goulet
Phone 812-336-7814
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IU Career Development Center and Arts & Sciences Career Services

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Website http://www.iub.edu/~career////
Contact Giff Reed (Assistant Director)
Phone 812-855-5234
Email iucareer [at] indiana [dot] edu
Address 625 N. Jordan Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47405
Description

Services offered to undergraduate students: drop-in career advising, resume and cover letter writing, career courses, career fairs and job listings for part-time, work-study, internship, and full-time employment.

Email reedgeo [at] indiana [dot] edu
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Indiana Workforce Development Services

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Website http://www.workforce.in.gov
Phone 331-6000
Address 450 Landmark Ave.
P.O. Box 3000
Bloomington, IN 47402
Description

Employment training and re-training service. Federally funded. For low-income or dislocated workers. Also single-parent program for displaced homemakers. IDWD serves the worker and the employer to ensure workplace success. The Indiana Department of Workforce Development (IDWD) is committed to innovating and invigorating Indiana's economic future. Primary services include: WorkOne Centers, Unemployment Insurance, Labor Market Information, and Regional Workforce Strategies

Phone 1-800-891-6499
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Bloomington Vocational Rehabilitation Services

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Website http://www.in.gov/fssa/ddrs/2636.htm
Phone 332-7331
Description

Job placement assistance and follow-up for residents of Monroe,Morgan, Lawrence, and Owen counties who have a proven disability which interferes in preparing for and engaging in gainful employment. Free. A WorkOne partner.

Phone 332-9372
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Business & Professional Exchange (BPE) Bloomington

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Website http://www.b-p-e.org/
Contact Len Tieman
Phone (812) 331-6000x265
Email ltieman [at] dwd [dot] in [dot] gov
Address 1800 W 3rd Street
Bloomington, IN 47404
Description

Business & Professional Exchange is a non­profit association dedicated to supporting individuals in career transition to achieve their employment objectives through networking and educational resources.

BPE features person-to-person networking, guest speakers, and employment information. Job seekers, in addition to learning networking techniques, will also develop referral opportunities, strategies for effective job search and career transition, and community and business-to-business networking.

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