Building Community Capacity to Advance Employment: Putting Faith to Work
- Derek K Nord PhD, Joe Timmons, Erik Carter, Bill Gaventa
The percentage of people with disabilities who are employed continues to be critically low. The existing services and supports infrastructure faces many constraints, including its limited capacity to reach and serve all people needing assistance. There is a present day need to find new ways to support job seekers with disabilities. Putting Faith to Work has emerged as a promising approach to build the capacity of faith-based communities to serve people with disabilities to find and keep work. This paper describes the background of the Putting Faith to Work model, as well as an overview of key features.
Nord, D., Timmons, J., Carter, E., & Gaventa, B. (2014). Building Community Capacity to Advance Employment: Putting Faith to Work. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 40(2), 161–164. https://doi.org/10.3233/JVR-140669
- Peer-Reviewed Article
- Volume 40, Number 2
- Institute on Community Integration