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Finding Employment
A case manager from most agencies should be able to help you look for a job. 

Family, friends and other people who support you can help you look for a job.

Knowing what you like and what you are good at can point you in the right direction.
Person-centered Planning can help you plan what you want and need.
If you receive DDS services and want to hire staff & create your own program, watch these videos about self-determination & self-direction.
State of CT DDS List of Providers
State of CT Vocational Services (BRS/DORS)
CAP Client Assistance Program for Voc Rehab with BRS or BESB
American Job Centers & Career One Stop
CT Pathways - SNAP Employment & Training Program
860-424-5429
Ticket to Work, Social Security Administration
Employment support services if you receive SSDI benefits and you want to work
Med-Connect to keep Medicaid if you earn up to $75,000
855-626-6632
CT Dept of Labor and CT Hires
National Labor Exchange
O*NET Online
Office of Apprenticeship Training
Connect-Ability
Employment links from the DDS Advocate's Corner
There are also many online employment agencies such as Indeed, Monster, Care, Ziprecruiter, Careerbuilder and more. You can Google online employment agencies.