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Services Provided by LTC

warehouse personnelServices provided by Lincoln Training Center include:

Community Based Integration Program: This program helps participants build skills toward greater independence and offers social and pre-vocation skill building activities.

Customized Employment: Offers participants the opportunity to gain exposure to work in a variety of community settings.
Transition Partnership Program (TPP): Also known as the school-to-work transition program, TPP offers the opportunity for students, prior to graduating from their special education program, to gain exposure to the working world through onsite classrooms and work for pay as they assimilate for brief periods of time in LTC’s production facility.

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Habilitation: Habilitation services teaches individuals with developmental disabilities basic work skills, assists them in raising their skills to meet industry standards and how to develop and maintain social relationships within a work environment. Services are provided through a team effort of production supervisors and rehabilitation counselors. Each individual works for pay and receives holiday and vacation benefits.

Vocational Rehabilitation-Work Activity Program (VR-WAP): This program provides additional support to participants wishing to make the transition from the base-operated work services program into the community-based Supported Employment program.

Supported Employment: The Center’s Supported Employment program places participants into community job settings. Currently, more than 100 offsite companies employ workers from Lincoln Training Center for jobs that include janitorial, landscaping, inventory control, packaging, retail, and clerical work. Well-known employers such as Nordstrom, Caltrans, LA County Libraries, Southern California Flower Market, California Automobile Dealers Exchange, Nissan North America, and others employ workers from Lincoln Training Center.

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Disabled Veterans Workforce Program: Working in collaboration with partners like the Veterans Administration, local veterans support organizations and others, veterans with disabilities are provided with adaptive job training skills at all Lincoln offices throughout California, and then placed in jobs with one of the Center's Supported Employment contractors. This parallel jobs program for veterans with disabilities enables veterans to capitalize on programs, experiences, and contracts already in place. Research has shown that some military skills are transferrable to civilian life. Lincoln Training Center staff helps assimilate disabled veterans into jobs where they can utilize these skills. This program helps veterans once again feel part of a team, and help them earn a sustainable wage.

Client Council: A Client Council promotes self advocacy and provides education to other clients.