Job Training

Beacon of Hope is a Christ-centered homeless shelter for men. Beacon of Hope provides housing, food and clothing for homeless men.

515.955.3366

1021 1st Ave N, Fort Dodge

The Experience Works Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) provides paid community service assignments at local public and non-profit organizations, training, referral to needed services and job search assistance. With updated skills, participants use their community service training as a springboard to permanent jobs with local employers.

515.573.0072
877.314.7385

Three Triton Circle, Fort Dodge

Resources including career opportunities, job training, economic development, business opportunities and more.

515.955.5500

24 N 9th St, Ste A, Fort Dodge

Individualized services for people with disabilities to help them become employed.

515.573.8175

Two Triton Circle, Fort Dodge

Job search assistance, job readiness skills, NCRC assessment, Job training through Workforce Investment Act, placement and recruitment services for employers.

515.576.3131

Three Triton Circle, Fort Dodge

LifeWorks Community Services provides residential and vocational services to adults and children with intellectual disabilities and/or mental illness.

515.576.2126 (Vocational Business Office) or 515.955.6579 (Residential)

1303 A St, Fort Dodge

Proteus provides seasonal farm workers and others with a variety of services that improve their health, education and economic opportunities. Proteus has a food pantry and clothing closet that is open every Monday to the general public.

515.573.8225
800.798.8225

107 N 7th St, Fort Dodge

Rabiner Treatment Center provides a full continuum of services for the youth they serve. Their programming, which includes residential and non-residential care, is geared to meet a wide variety of client needs. Core services include on-campus education; individual, family and group counseling; skill development; vocational training; community volunteerism and community service and restitution. Non-residential programs include an alternative school suspension center, GED, vocational training, placement for children needing a more structured school environment. Their program employs cognitive restructuring and skill development to help youth focus on identifying and changing irresponsible thinking patterns. With a comprehensive continuum of treatment services that support safety, permanency and well-being, their evidence-based cognitive/behavioral approach reinforces pro-social behaviors.

515.576.7388 or 515.573.1370

1762 Johnson Ave, Fort Dodge

The Village General Store, a second-hand store, provides jobs and job training to people with disabilities, offers affordable clothing and household items for sale to the community, creates opportunities to serve through volunteerism and with non-cash contributions, generates needed revenue for Opportunity Village services, and increases awareness of Village services.

515.573.2272

12 N 25th St, Fort Dodge