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MRCI offers a variety of person-centered programs to assist individuals in finding and keeping a job in their community. At the core of these services is the desire to provide individualized services that meet the specific needs and wishes of the individual.

Rather than move people through “programs” we build a plan for each person and provide an array of specific service options.

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Customized Employment at MRCI services one person at a time. The goal of customized employment is to tailor jobs and careers to fit the individual’s skills, interests, strengths, and support needs.

At the same time, it meets the

needs of business, or in the case of

self- employment, the market for

a service or product.

Individual Placement and Support (IPS) is a model of supported employment to assist people with serious mental illness find and maintain employment at jobs

of their choosing.


Support services intended for people with disabilities to prepare for, secure, retain, advance or regain competitive integrated employment consistent with their unique strengths, resources, priorities, concerns, abilities, capabilities, interests and informed choices.


Individualized services offered through MRCI are designed to help

a person achieve competitive, integrated employment, become self-employed or establish a

micro- enterprise business in

his/her community.


In addition, Employment Exploration services can help you strengthen your skills through activities such as:

• Resume writing

• Attending job fairs

• Preparing for interviews

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