employment & Training
Transitional Employment through Community Improvement.
Clean City Partnership provides transitional employment opportunities through community improvement activities such as street sweeping, graffiti removal, and neighborhood greening. Low-income and homeless individuals are paid an hourly wage for up to four months as they strive to rejoin the workforce.
Participants working in the Clean City Partnership are referred through the Department of Human Services, drug and alcohol treatment programs, social service agencies, shelter case managers, and the criminal justice system. The Partnership Program works in conjunction with these agencies to ensure that our participants are receiving the support they need during their transition to economic self-sufficiency.