Santa Barbara District's Cooperative Programs
Working together to help people get to work.
The development of collaborative programming is a core principle of current workforce development legislation. The Santa Barbara District embraced the spirit of collaboration through partnerships:
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District Mental Health Cooperatives:
District Education Cooperatives:
Oxnard Union High School District, Transition Partnership Program
Ventura Unified School District, Transition Partnership Program
Santa Barbara Secondary District Transition Partnership Program - The Bridges Program
Santa Barbara County Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Health Cooperative Program
These programs have been developed with client and family member participation, and closely adhere to the values of comprehensive service linkages, career development, placement in a competitive integrated environment, and reasonable accommodations.
In fiscal year 2008-09, Santa Barbara District, Cooperative program services resulted in 145 consumers obtaining and maintaining employment!