Use the Filter by menu on the left to narrow the list of interventions to those of interest to you. The greater the number of filters you select, the more you can hone in on interventions that match your interests – you’ll only see the interventions that meet all of those criteria.
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|Intervention||Increase Earnings||Increase Employment||Decrease Benefit Receipt||Increase Education and Training||Populations and Employment Barriers||Services Provided||Compare|
|Los Angeles Reconnections Career Academy (LARCA) Program||Less than high school diploma or GED, Young adults (aged 16-24)||Job development/job placement, Job search assistance, Work readiness activities, Work experience, Soft skills training, Occupational or sectoral training, Academic instruction, Financial education, Case management, Training, Supportive services|
|Parent Success Initiative (PSI)||Parents, Noncustodial parents||Case management, Academic instruction, Employment retention services, Financial education, Financial incentives, Soft skills training, Supportive services, Training, Occupational or sectoral training, Subsidized employment, Transitional jobs, Work readiness activities, Job search assistance, Job development/job placement|
|STEP-UP Achieve Program||Academic instruction, Job development/job placement, Employment coaching, Work experience, Subsidized employment, Training, Soft skills training, Financial education|
|Year Up||Young adults (aged 16-24)||Financial education, Academic instruction, Training, Supportive services, Job development/job placement, Job search assistance, Work experience, Soft skills training, Occupational or sectoral training, Sanctions|