MyRACE1 partners with many local, state and federal agencies and organizations to help provide our students and their families to help them achieve success in every aspect of their life.
WIOA offers re-employment and training programs designed to assist adults, dislocated workers, and youth to enter into high-demand occupations and to gain livable wages within their geographical areas.
VEC is your online source to connect with potential employers, search for jobs, find training opportunities, and research wage data along with industry and occupational trends.
Mountain Empire Transit provides transportation to people of all ages on a demand response basis with a 24 hour notice required. MEOC Transit are capable of providing service to those with canes, walkers, wheelchairs.
Founded in 1954, The University of Virginia’s College at Wise is a four-year, nationally-accredited liberal arts college situated on a scenic 369-acre campus amid the Appalachian Mountains in Southwest Virginia.
DARS, in collaboration with community partners, provides and advocates for resources and services to improve the employment, quality of life, security, and independence of older Virginians, Virginians with disabilities, and their families.
The Department of Social Services mission is helping people shape strong futures for themselves, their families and communities, through the delivery of essential services that help them triumph over poverty, abuse and neglect.
DBVI is an agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia that is dedicated to its mission of providing services and resources which empower Virginians who are blind, vision impaired or deafblind to achieve their desired levels of employment, education, and personal independence.
Every student deserves a bright future. In Virginia, thousands of students who have experienced foster care find success through a Great Expectations program at one of Virginia’s Community Colleges. From selecting a school to securing financial aid to cover your tuition, Great Expectations can make it happen for you.
People, Inc. provide opportunities for economically disadvantaged people to reach their goals in order to enhance their lives, their families, and their communities in Southwest Virginia.
Virginia 2-1-1 is a free service that can help you find the local resources you need. Visit the website here or dial 211 with a in-state phone or for out of state phones/ cell phones, call 1-800-230-6977.
Wise County Public Schools commits to providing equal opportunity for every student to achieve maximum intellectual, social, emotional and physical growth and to ensuring that each student be equipped to communicate effectively with other people, to be competent both in the work place and in higher education and to feel confident of the ability to make creative and constructive decisions in his/her life.
Scott County Public School Head Start provide subsidized child care and early education programs designed to support child development and promote school readiness. The company admits kids who are between the ages of three and five years old.
Healing Hands provides services for our working, uninsured neighbors at no charge: medical care and much needed medications; dental care including exams, x-rays, cleanings, extractions and fillings; chiropractic care; eye exams and eyeglasses; psychological and spiritual counseling services.
Appalachian Substance Abuse Coalition’s mission is to inform and engage our communities to understand, own, and address the epidemic of substance abuse and misuse.