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Among our JRT programs, one offers skills applicable to the Food & Beverage Industry. This program is free to join, although clients must obtain a Nevada Health Card and TAM card. In some cases, the cost for those cards are reimbursed. Call us today to join this JRT.


Another JRT program that we offer provides the initial and Nevada Medicaid mandatory 16-hour competency and in-services training, to include the CPR required competency.

This JRT program is for individuals seeking to become Qualified Behavioral Aides and Qualified Mental Health Associates for the State of Nevada.

Our JRT programs help people eligible for support under the Workforce Investment Act achieve the skills necessary to find and maintain gainful employment. Read comments from one reviewer.

** Sponsorship for all WRRP services is acceptable. Requests for sponsorship should be directed to either the governmental referring agency or a wC funded partner. wC funded partners ask about our WIA Provider premium pricing.





WRRP is pleased to announce its Employment Network program serving eligible Social Security disability beneficiaries, called Ticket Holders, nationwide. WRRP was selected to provide employment supportive services that afford Ticket Holders the opportunity and support to prepare for, obtain and retain career ladder jobs that will realistically enable them to leave and remain off of cash benefits. (One WRRP retention specialist--on right--gets her first ticket holder--on left--placed into gainful employment.)





WRRP offers two mental health programs: SED and NSED:



  • Severe emotional disorders (SED program)   

Our outpatient mental health therapeutic and behavioral treatment services are provided by clinically supervised mental health providers. These services are provided to individuals (adolescents, children, and adults to include seniors) and families suffering from severe emotional disorders (e.g., Alcohol and Drug Addiction, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, ADD/ADHD, Bi-polar Disorder, Depression, Schizophrenia, dual diagnoses, etc.). Click here to read about our on-site therapist.


  • Non-severe emotional disorders (NSED program)              

           .  Peer-mentoring

Using CBT and MRT our mentors teach people ways to anticipate and to cope with high-risk situations, and ways to respect the boundaries of others while protecting one’s own. The accomplished life-skills we teach help people increase their levels of moral reasoning.




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