TU Collaborative Publishes Guide to Help People Find and Keep Jobs

“A Practical Guide for People with Mental Health Conditions Who Want to Work” has been published by the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion. The Guide, available at, offers “encouragement and vital information on the importance of work, the availability of rehabilitation programs, the ins and outs of the Social Security Administration's work incentives, the challenges of starting a new job and grappling with disclosure, and strategies for long-term success at work – and more.” The TU Collaborative has also published a “Facilitator’s Manual,” available at


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