PSCH job training and supported work programs focus on preparing consumers to enter the competitive workforce and supporting them toward independence. By evaluating job readiness, providing job opportunities and supporting success in the workplace, PSCH is committed to helping consumers dispel the myths associated with mental illness.
For nineteen years Project Clean has been successfully assisting adults diagnosed with mental illness to gain and maintain employment through PSCH Clean Corp.
PSCH Clean Corp
PSCH Clean Corp is a for-profit enterprise operating under the auspices of PSCH, Inc. Specializing in janitorial, maintenance and grounds keeping services, PSCH Clean Corp. contracts with private businesses and government.
Project Clean graduates employed by PSCH Clean Corp. work throughout the five boroughs, Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
For more information call 917-886-0934 or email CleanCorp@PSCH.org.
Adolescent Skills Center
The Adolescent Skills Center (ASC) helps young adults, ages 16-21, develop the necessary skills, self-confidence and resources to reach their educational and career goals.
Open Monday through Friday, ASC provides career research and exploration opportunities, individual and group counseling, pre-GED training, life skills training, pre-vocational training and job readiness assessment. Also provided is training in job search skills, resume preparation, interviewing techniques and communication skills—with the goal of attaining internship placements.
The Center is located at 28-18 Steinway Street, Suite 303, Astoria, NY 11103
Call 718-278-3809 or email ASC@PSCH.org for more information.
ICAN Vocational Services
ICAN matches employer needs and employee skills. Individuals enrolled in ICAN participate in a vocational assessment to establish work readiness, job skills and ability to perform assignments.
For referrals, please contact the Program Supervisor at 917-886-0934 or email ICAN@PSCH.org.
Supported Employment Services
Supported Employment Services (SES) are available to those with a diagnosis of mental illness and other significant disabilities that require extended support services to help sustain stable employment in integrated settings. Participants work full- or part-time with a minimum expected goal of at least 20 hours a week.
Call 917-923-3697 or email SES@PSCH.org for more information.