WIOA Dislocated Workers Services

Get Back To Work - Fast!  Have you been laid off from work? Downsized? RIFFED? If so, you may qualify for our "dislocated worker" program to help people who've lost their jobs due to shifts in the economy, company downsizing or closures.

The job market is constantly changing. Whether you were in your career for 12 months or 12 years, looking for work after a lay off is stressful, to say the least. Career Path Services can help alleviate that stress with free services customized to meet your individual needs.

Our services focus on getting people back to work at wages comparable to those they were earning before the layoff - quickly. We use a variety of tools to accomplish this:

  • Career counseling with professional employment representatives
  • Employment workshops to brush up on job search techniques
  • Individualized training opportunities, including vocational education and on the job training in demand occupations
  • And more!

Eligibility Requirements

To qualify for our dislocated worker services, you must:

  1. Live in one of the following counties: Pierce, Grays Harbor, Pacific, Lewis, Thurston, Mason, Spokane, Benton, or Franklin County
  2. Have lost your job due to no fault of your own (by reduction in force, reorganization, closure, etc.)
  3. Either be eligible for, currently receiving or have exhausted unemployment insurance benefits
  4. Be motivated to return to work!

Locations

WorkSource Columbia Basin
815 N Kellogg, Suite D
Kennewick, WA 99336
 
(509) 734-5919 
Pierce Job Center
3650 S Cedar St
Tacoma, WA 98409

(253) 512-4455


Shelton WIOA Office
2505 Olympic Highway N.
Suite 420
Shelton, WA 98584

(360) 427-2158
Tumwater WIOA Office
1570 Irving St. SW
Tumwater, WA 98512

(360) 570-4255
Aberdeen WIOA Office
415 W. Wishkah St.,Suite 2D
Aberdeen, WA 98520

(360) 538-2366


Chehalis WIOA Office
151 NE Hampe Way
Chehalis, WA 98532

(360) 748-6862
 

 

Due to limited funding, not everyone who qualifies will be enrolled. Enrollment is limited and eligibility restrictions may apply. Those determined most in need, based on education level and other factors, will be given priority.  Programs made possible by Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act funds through the Spokane Area Workforce Development Council, the Benton-Franklin Workforce Development Council, Workforce Central and the Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council.

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