FLORIDA’S PREMIER VOCATIONAL SERVICE PROVIDER FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH DISABILITIES.
Hope Services introduces people living with disabilities and employers who value their potential. We empower job seekers to find satisfying employment in an environment where they will thrive.
GIVING OTHERS THE CHANCE TO SUCCEED AND FIND FULFILLMENT AS A WORKING ADULT.
Hope Services is a vocational service organization that finds jobs for people living with disabilities. We work in partnership with Florida Vocational Rehabilitation and the Agency for Persons with Disabilities to help individuals build confidence in their skills and talents to find work. We are located in Wesley Chapel, and we cover the counties of Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas and Polk.
SOME OF THE PARTNERS WE’VE WORKED WITH
LOOKING FOR A JOB
OUR SUCCESS Stories
“I really liked working at Texas Roadhouse. It was a good experience working at a a real restaurant making the bread. Angel from Hope Services helped me a lot by talking to the manager.”
“Hope services is helping me with keeping a job, they helped with job clothes and shoes, I’m thankful for their support! Brought back some confidence after the tragic situation that happened.”
“I’m proud to say that Hope Services is a great place, that helps the least fortunate ones get an opportunity to work or helps to make a difference in today’s society… I’m grateful of them. My job coach is Jason; thanks for everything you do for me and everyone else.”
SELF-ADVOCACY TRAINING EVENT
Learn the skills you need to succeed
In addition to the services funded by VR (Vocational Rehabilitation), Hope Services also offers Self-Advocacy training events that you can attend for free before having to register and qualify with VR. This event offers real-time training for those living with disabilities that empower individuals to become more self-sufficient with things like:
– Becoming more aware of their personal traits
– Making good decisions for themselves
– Setting goals and following through with them
– Getting along with other people
– Knowing their rights under the law
– Requesting reasonable accommodations