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   Self-Sufficiency



Employment Support

Getting a job is a big step toward self-sufficiency. But the cost of working can be really high. The out-of pocket expenses people face just to go to work include transportation, professional clothing or gear, child care, and licensing fees, to name a few. Especially when a job is new or low-paying, these expenses can eat up a lot of paycheck. Pro Action is here to support people through the transition, when the costs of working are highest.

Wheels for Work

Wheels for Work helps people establish a consistent, reliable way to get to and from work each day so they can get or keep a job. What's more, program recipients can keep more of their earnings instead of shelling out their hard-earned cash to pay for informal rides or a taxi service. Wheels for Work services can include insurance payments, auto repair vouchers and license and registration fees. Eligibility requirements apply.  For more information about the eligibility requirements, please contact the program at 607-776-2125 ext. 121.

Child Care 

Child Care Aware ®,  a Pro Action program, provides information and referral to parents seeking child care. Visit their web site for more information: Through Steuben Child Care Project, child care fee assistance is available for some eligible families. Learn more.


 

 
 
 
Wheels for Work
Program Contact:
Patricia Winslow,
607-776-2125 x121 or
1-800-553-2033 x 121 

Child Care Aware ®
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