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Recyling Hours
Mon.- Sat. 9:00 - 4:00

Mt. Shasta Office Hours
Mon.- Fri. 8:00 - 4:30

Yreka Office Hours
Mon. - Fri. 8:00 - 4:30

collierworker.gifCommunity Employment is different from our other work opportunities in that it gives our workers an opportunity to work within a community setting either as a group or individually. These workers aquire skills in many trades while also learning valuable community access skills such as communication, professionalism, and problem solving. We have 1 worker in an individual placement, employed through a local business; and 16 workers in group placement throughout the county providing services at the following locations: Weed Cal-Trans Rest Area, Collier Cal-Trans Rest Area, CHP scales, Mt. Shasta USFS Ranger Station, McCloud USFS Ranger Station, Yreka Dept. of Fish and Game, and public schools. We continually look for new and diverse work opportunities for our clients. If  you are interested in hiring one of our crews please call Rick at 842-4110. 


Are you interested in hiring one of our crews? 

Here are some details to get you started. 

  • Each crew consists of 3-4 clients and 1 working Vocational Instructor. Clients in this setting enjoy interaction with their peers, meaningful work, and a low supervisor to worker ratio. We currently employ 16 clients in our supported employment crews.
  • The S.O.C. pays all the wages of crew workers, as well as all beneifts, sick and vacation time, and payroll taxes. 
  • All workers are covered under the S.O.C. Workers Compensation.
  • We will not call in sick! We will provide the service every scheduled day! (We train backups at each location in order to provide the service on time).
  • Many of our services and workers have been recognized for the work they do! We have received awards at a large hotel chain for the cleanliness of the rooms we cleaned, have been recognized by Cal-Trans with the "People's Choice Award" for having the cleanest rest areas in the North State, and have received awards from Jefferson Economic Development Institute for "Best Business with a Social Purpose Award" and the Mt. Shasta Chamber for "Non-Profit of the Year".