Community Employment Services are designed for those individuals who are ready to work but need help with resume development, interviewing skills and finding jobs.

Job Support Program provides TANF recipients with assessments, counseling and vocational services needed to obtain and maintain employment.

Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program provides Veterans who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, with training and job placement, along with case management to ensure housing, supportive services and treatment are obtained.

Supported Employment Demonstration provides employment and mental health services to people who have been denied Social Security Disability benefits.  This is accomplished using the evidenced-based Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Supported Employment Practice Model.

Support Services for Veteran Families is a program through the St. Vincent de Paul Society.  In collaboration with other supports provided by St. Vincent de Paul, Boley provides employment services.

Supported Employment Services provides staff who work as Employment Consultants, developing jobs with local employers and then placing consumers in positions that best suit their aptitudes and interests.

Vocational Evaluation determines the vocational strengths, preferences and challenges of each person in addition to assistance with setting goals.

Work Adjustment and Follow Along Services provide instruction and interventions designed to assist individuals to become more “job-ready.” Follow Along Specialists help consumers to maintain long-term employment through the provision of ongoing supports.