CPRF is taking extra precaution during this time to ensure the health and safety of our staff and those we serve. Visitors to any CPRF building will be asked a series of screening questions and have their temperature taken before being escorted by a staff member to their designated meeting room. Visitors are highly encouraged to wear masks. Staff members are also screened, including temperature readings, upon arriving to work. Staff members will be wearing masks when meeting with clients. All meeting spaces are thoroughly sanitized after each use. Visitors and staff are expected to maintain social distance, as they are able. We thank you for accommodating these added measures.
The CPRF Job Placement Department guides people with vocational barriers to the right position. With career counseling, resume development, mock interviews, and general guidance and direction, we work with people to ensure they find a job that suits their goals and abilities.
End-Dependence Kansas (EDK)
The End-Dependence Kansas (EDK) program is an initiative focusing on youth with disabilities who are transitioning from high school to the workforce. For more information, visit the resources tab below.
End-Dependence Kansas is funded through Title I – Vocational Rehabilitation of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (Title IV of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act). Funding is provided by the U.S. Department of Education (CFDA 84.126A). A total of 78.7% of the project funds are federal dollars referenced above. There are no non-government sources of funds. This program is provided by the Kansas Department for Children and Families.
Maintaining Your Benefits
For information on finding employment while maintaining your SSI/SSDI benefits, visit the Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work website.