Supported Employment Program

FCSN Supported Employment Program (SEP) provides customized training and assists you to pursue competitive, integrated employment or paid internship opportunities based on your career goals, needs, skills and interests. FCSN SEP works with you to develop employment roadmap, learn job tasks and requirements, secure employment and maximize job performances so you can contribute in workforce, be productive, improve self-esteem and create meaningful lives.

In May of 2022, FCSN received a THREE-YEAR Accreditation from CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities). Quote from CARF, “This accreditation is an indication of your organization’s dedication and commitment to improving the quality of the lives of the persons served. Services, personnel, and documentation clearly indicate an established pattern of conformance to standards.”

Training and Support Areas (for more information, click on “SEP Brochure”)


Employment Roadmap

Individualized “Employment Roadmap” assists you to identify career interests, type of employment you desire, your vocational skills, experiences, strengths, barriers for employment and training needed.

Customized Job Skill Training   

Participate in customized and specific job skill training based on your career goals, develop resume, practice interview skills, learn work-related soft skills and engage in volunteer work to broaden your employment opportunities.

Job Search & Employment

Search for competitive employment, submit applications and prepare for interviews. Once hired, receive intensive job coaching services for task familiarity and accommodations for your maximum job independence and performance.


Job Retention

Job coaching services is reduced to 20-35% within six months for job retention support. FCSN job coach assists you to maximize job efficiency, learn newly-assigned job tasks and communicate with your employer to ensure your continued success.



Employment Types


    For Whom

  • 18+ years old and a Regional Center client

  • Can legally work in the U.S.

  • Eligible for Department of Rehabilitation Service

  • Desire to work in south Alameda County or Santa Clara County

  • Can work independently with 20-30% job coaching support after 6 months
  • Without aggressive behaviors toward self or others


            Claire Brady, East Bay Program Director

            (510) 739-6900 x3301