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Life Coach Program

Venango County Human Services has identified the necessity for a Life Coach Program that assists emerging (transitional) adults, ages 17 to 26, and adults in becoming independent members of the community.

The goal for this voluntary program is to offer support and to help participants develop the competencies they need for self-sufficiency. Life Coaches are certified to make assessments and a plan of action that is customized to the needs of the individual. Here is the mission statement to govern the activities of the program:

"Partnering with people in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires emerging adults to maximize their professional and personal potential."

Life Coach Brochure

Some examples of the services provided include:

  • Childcare
  • Finding and maintaining suitable housing options
  • GED Training and testing
  • Life skills training to assist with finances, budgeting, and everyday living skills
  • Obtaining vocational training
  • Soft skills training to assist with job searching, job application, interviewing skills and techniques
  • Transportation

The initial phase of the program focuses on goal development, strategic paths and setting mile-stones. The Life Coach will work with the individual to determine their vision for the future. Together, they will focus on changing behaviors instead of instruction on what to do. Using the established the mission statement as a guide, they will work towards practical, professional and attainable results. Additional information may be obtained by contacting 814-432-9228.

Employment Aid Program - Employment / Schooling

They offer financial help in securing required clothing, books, testing fees for post-secondary schooling, car repairs, and similar assistance to help you secure or maintain employment or schooling.

Work Ready Program

Provides service coordination and employment related activities to eliminate employment barriers. This is a referral program and must be enrolled through the local Department of Human Services. Please call 814-432-9228 to enroll.

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