St. Joseph the Worker helps individuals return to the workforce and become self-sufficient, productive members of society. During fiscal year 2011/2012, St. Joseph the Worker and our clients achieved the following successes:
St. Joseph the Worker is committed to expanding our impact by forming collaborations with parishes, supportive housing provider and social services to help more homeless individuals find quality employment and achieve self-sufficiency. As a result of this initiative, St. Joseph the Worker has increased its client base by over 700 individuals throughout Maricopa County.
With a main facility located on the Human Services Campus (a collaboration of multiple organizations all serving the homeless population), and off-site community partnerships, (to reach those on the fringe, who are close to losing everything, and help them to improve their hold on self-sufficiency and avoid experiencing homelessness altogether), St. Joseph the Worker is magnifying the agency’s impact by connecting those in need with our job development services, helping more people in getting back to work and helping them to change their lives.