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Services

What if your ‘stuff’ could change lives and communities?

Donating and shopping for clothing and housewares helps make a positive impact.

Donate. Shop. Change a Life for Good.

Goodwill views generous donations as sparks for positive economic, social, and environmental change in our communities. What we gain in donations is used to enhance the cycle of success.

Pre-Employment Services

At Goodwill, it’s our job to help individuals overcome barriers to employment. With our Pre-Employment Training, we help members of our community gain the necessary skills to qualify for better jobs, which means a brighter future.

Job Placement Services

Having the right skills for a good job is only the first step in the process. At Goodwill, we take it a step further with our Job Placement Services. From completing a job application form to interviewing skills and hiring events, we make sure to help you not only qualify for the job but get the job.

Family Strengthening

At Goodwill, we know that the health of a family is often determined by one influential member. Through Family Strengthening programs we aid these family members to unlock his or her true potential and become the best possible version of himself or herself. This not only helps the family unit but the community in which the family lives.

Outreach

Goodwill provides outreach services for Northeast Ohio communities through The Ken Weber Community Campus in downtown Canton, Ohio. Our facility houses a multitude of organizations that reach out to the community to touch the lives of those in need.

Goodwill services, now that’s some powerful ‘stuff’!

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Ohio Counties

  • Cuyahoga
    Middleburg Heights Office
    6880 Pearl Rd
    Cleveland, OH 44130

    Pre-Employment Services

    Vocational Evaluation – Testing to help individuals decide which type of job is best for them based on skills and interests. Testing for vision-impaired individuals is also available.

    Career Exploration – Utilizes current labor market information, interviewing, job shadowing, and site visits to identify realistic opportunities that match personal interests.

    Work Adjustment – Provides work skills instruction through temporary jobs aimed at enhancing the individual’s potential to maintain employment in the community.

    Situational Assessment – Provides assessment and on-site feedback regarding work skills aimed at identifying vocational goals to improve chances of securing and maintaining community employment.

    Digital Skills Training – Teaches basic online and computer skills including general use, typing, Microsoft Office, and Google Applied Digital Skills.

    It Certification – Individualized training providing participants with industry-recognized credentials for the IT industry.

    Youth Transition Services – Provides school-aged youth with the skills necessary to transition to the world of work.

    Job Placement Services

    Job Seeking Skills Training – Teaches résumé writing, application completion, and interviewing techniques.

    Job Development – Assists in the full scope of employment-related needs, from job search to employment retention. This program can be tailored to ex-offenders.

    Job Coaching Services – Provides a Job Coach to work side-by-side with individuals teaching job skills and appropriate work behaviors. Job Fairs – Goodwill hosts job fairs with area employers looking to hire.

    Hiring Events – Goodwill hosts and partners to provide on-the-spot interviews for individuals looking to obtain employment.

    Job Club – Provides ongoing motivation and group support while reinforcing and improving job-seeking skills.

    Employment G.P.S. – This program provides Goal, Planning, and Support (G.P.S.) and includes long-term, intensive case management support focused on helping achieve goals of employment and education.

    Family Strengthening

    Emergency Voucher Program – Provides pre-loaded cards used to secure free clothing and household items for those in need of short term assistance. Vouchers are distributed to individuals in need, local schools, and other community partners. The voucher program is now accepting applications. Submit your voucher applications here.

    Social Services – Provides assistance to individuals in navigating and connecting to community resources.

    Financial Literacy – Offers financial education on topics related to personal finances.

    Outreach

    Job Connection – Located at the Strongsville Goodwill location, this resource center provides free digital skills training and job placement services to the public.

  • Lake

    Pre-Employment Services

    Vocational Evaluation – Testing to help individuals decide which type of job is best for them based on skills and interests. Testing for vision-impaired individuals is also available.

    Career Exploration – Utilizes current labor market information, interviewing, job shadowing, and site visits to identify realistic opportunities that match personal interests.

    Work Adjustment – Provides work skills instruction through temporary jobs aimed at enhancing the individual’s potential to maintain employment in the community.

    Situational Assessment – Provides assessment and on-site feedback regarding work skills aimed at identifying vocational goals to improve chances of securing and maintaining community employment.

    Digital Skills Training – Teaches basic online and computer skills including general use, typing, Microsoft Office, and Google Applied Digital Skills.

    It Certification – Individualized training providing participants with industry-recognized credentials for the IT industry.

    Youth Transition Services – Provides school-aged youth with the skills necessary to transition to the world of work.

    Job Placement Services

    Job Seeking Skills Training – Teaches résumé writing, application completion, and interviewing techniques.

    Job Development – Assists in the full scope of employment-related needs, from job search to employment retention. This program can be tailored to ex-offenders.

    Job Coaching Services – Provides a Job Coach to work side-by-side with individuals teaching job skills and appropriate work behaviors. Job Fairs – Goodwill hosts job fairs with area employers looking to hire.

    Hiring Events – Goodwill hosts and partners to provide on-the-spot interviews for individuals looking to obtain employment.

    Job Club – Provides ongoing motivation and group support while reinforcing and improving job-seeking skills.

    Employment G.P.S. – This program provides Goal, Planning, and Support (G.P.S.) and includes long-term, intensive case management support focused on helping achieve goals of employment and education.

    Family Strengthening

    Emergency Voucher Program – Provides pre-loaded cards used to secure free clothing and household items for those in need of short term assistance. Vouchers are distributed to individuals in need, local schools, and other community partners. The voucher program is now accepting applications. Submit your voucher applications here.

    Social Services – Provides assistance to individuals in navigating and connecting to community resources.

    Financial Literacy – Offers financial education on topics related to personal finances.

  • Geauga

    Pre-Employment Services

    Vocational Evaluation – Testing to help individuals decide which type of job is best for them based on skills and interests. Testing for vision-impaired individuals is also available.

    Career Exploration – Utilizes current labor market information, interviewing, job shadowing, and site visits to identify realistic opportunities that match personal interests.

    Work Adjustment – Provides work skills instruction through temporary jobs aimed at enhancing the individual’s potential to maintain employment in the community.

    Situational Assessment – Provides assessment and on-site feedback regarding work skills aimed at identifying vocational goals to improve chances of securing and maintaining community employment.

    Digital Skills Training – Teaches basic online and computer skills including general use, typing, Microsoft Office, and Google Applied Digital Skills.

    It Certification – Individualized training providing participants with industry-recognized credentials for the IT industry.

    Youth Transition Services – Provides school-aged youth with the skills necessary to transition to the world of work.

    Job Placement Services

    Job Seeking Skills Training – Teaches résumé writing, application completion, and interviewing techniques.

    Job Development – Assists in the full scope of employment-related needs, from job search to employment retention. This program can be tailored to ex-offenders.

    Job Coaching Services – Provides a Job Coach to work side-by-side with individuals teaching job skills and appropriate work behaviors. Job Fairs – Goodwill hosts job fairs with area employers looking to hire.

    Hiring Events – Goodwill hosts and partners to provide on-the-spot interviews for individuals looking to obtain employment.

    Job Club – Provides ongoing motivation and group support while reinforcing and improving job-seeking skills.

    Employment G.P.S. – This program provides Goal, Planning, and Support (G.P.S.) and includes long-term, intensive case management support focused on helping achieve goals of employment and education.

    Family Strengthening

    Emergency Voucher Program – Provides pre-loaded cards used to secure free clothing and household items for those in need of short term assistance. Vouchers are distributed to individuals in need, local schools, and other community partners. The voucher program is now accepting applications. Submit your voucher applications here.

    Social Services – Provides assistance to individuals in navigating and connecting to community resources.

    Financial Literacy – Offers financial education on topics related to personal finances.

  • Stark
    The Ken Weber Community Campus at Goodwill
    408 9th St SW
    Canton, OH 44707

    Pre-Employment Services

    Vocational Evaluation – Testing to help individuals decide which type of job is best for them based on skills and interests. Testing for vision-impaired individuals is also available.

    Career Exploration – Utilizes current labor market information, interviewing, job shadowing, and site visits to identify realistic opportunities that match personal interests.

    Work Adjustment – Provides work skills instruction through temporary jobs aimed at enhancing the individual’s potential to maintain employment in the community.

    Situational Assessment – Provides assessment and on-site feedback regarding work skills aimed at identifying vocational goals to improve chances of securing and maintaining community employment.

    Digital Skills Training – Teaches basic online and computer skills including general use, typing, Microsoft Office, and Google Applied Digital Skills.

    It Certification – Individualized training providing participants with industry-recognized credentials for the IT industry.

    Youth Transition Services – Provides school-aged youth with the skills necessary to transition to the world of work.

    Comprehensive Case Management Employment Program – Employment skills training, work experience, and wrap-around support program for young adults looking to obtain community employment through a partnership with Ohio Means Jobs.

    Job Placement Services

    Job Seeking Skills Training – Teaches résumé writing, application completion, and interviewing techniques.

    Job Development – Assists in the full scope of employment-related needs, from job search to employment retention. This program can be tailored to ex-offenders.

    Job Coaching Services – Provides a Job Coach to work side-by-side with individuals teaching job skills and appropriate work behaviors. Job Fairs – Goodwill hosts job fairs with area employers looking to hire.

    Hiring Events – Goodwill hosts and partners to provide on-the-spot interviews for individuals looking to obtain employment.

    Job Club – Provides ongoing motivation and group support while reinforcing and improving job-seeking skills.

    Employment G.P.S. – This program provides Goal, Planning, and Support (G.P.S.) and includes long-term, intensive case management support focused on helping achieve goals of employment and education.

    Family Strengthening

    Emergency Voucher Program – Provides pre-loaded cards used to secure free clothing and household items for those in need of short term assistance. Vouchers are distributed to individuals in need, local schools, and other community partners. The voucher program is now accepting applications. Submit your voucher applications here.

    Social Services – Provides assistance to individuals in navigating and connecting to community resources.

    Financial Literacy – Offers financial education on topics related to personal finances.

    Literacy Services – Assists adults in overcoming reading and math obstacles.

    COMPASS – Sexual Assault, Prevention & Support services for women, children and men who are survivors of rape or sexual abuse. Learn more here.

    Parenting Skills Training Program – Classroom based program that educates parents who are at risk or who have had children placed in foster or alternative care.

    Home-Based Parenting Program – Provides education and real-life application with support in the parents’ own home.

    Parents Anonymous® – Weekly support group for parents and/or caregivers that encourages mutual support and safe, strong families.

    Outreach

    The Ken Weber Community Campus At Goodwill – Located in downtown Canton, the Campus is home to Goodwill offices and 20 other non-profit organizations that share collaborative outreach to the community and find efficiencies through shared space and services. Last year, more than 60,000 people visited the Campus.

    Book Works – Children’s literacy program that provides free books to families and children throughout the Stark County community. If your school or organization is interested in receiving books, please complete the form.

  • Tuscarawas

    Pre-Employment Services

    Vocational Evaluation – Testing to help individuals decide which type of job is best for them based on skills and interests. Testing for vision-impaired individuals is also available.

    Career Exploration – Utilizes current labor market information, interviewing, job shadowing, and site visits to identify realistic opportunities that match personal interests.

    Work Adjustment – Provides work skills instruction through temporary jobs aimed at enhancing the individual’s potential to maintain employment in the community.

    Situational Assessment – Provides assessment and on-site feedback regarding work skills aimed at identifying vocational goals to improve chances of securing and maintaining community employment.

    Digital Skills Training – Teaches basic online and computer skills including general use, typing, Microsoft Office, and Google Applied Digital Skills.

    It Certification – Individualized training providing participants with industry-recognized credentials for the IT industry.

    Youth Transition Services – Provides school-aged youth with the skills necessary to transition to the world of work.

    Comprehensive Case Management Employment Program – Employment skills training, work experience, and wrap-around support program for young adults looking to obtain community employment through a partnership with Ohio Means Jobs.

    Job Placement Services

    Job Seeking Skills Training – Teaches résumé writing, application completion, and interviewing techniques.

    Job Development – Assists in the full scope of employment-related needs, from job search to employment retention. This program can be tailored to ex-offenders.

    Job Coaching Services – Provides a Job Coach to work side-by-side with individuals teaching job skills and appropriate work behaviors. Job Fairs – Goodwill hosts job fairs with area employers looking to hire.

    Hiring Events – Goodwill hosts and partners to provide on-the-spot interviews for individuals looking to obtain employment.

    Employment G.P.S. – This program provides Goal, Planning, and Support (G.P.S.) and includes long-term, intensive case management support focused on helping achieve goals of employment and education.

    Family Strengthening

    Emergency Voucher Program – Provides pre-loaded cards used to secure free clothing and household items for those in need of short term assistance. Vouchers are distributed to individuals in need, local schools, and other community partners. The voucher program is now accepting applications. Submit your voucher applications here.

    Social Services – Provides assistance to individuals in navigating and connecting to community resources.

    Financial Literacy – Offers financial education on topics related to personal finances.

    COMPASS – Sexual Assault, Prevention & Support services for women, children and men who are survivors of rape or sexual abuse. Learn more here.

    Parenting Skills Training Program – Classroom based program that educates parents who are at risk or who have had children placed in foster or alternative care.

    Home-Based Parenting Program – Provides education and real-life application with support in the parents’ own home.

  • Carroll

    Pre-Employment Services

    Vocational Evaluation – Testing to help individuals decide which type of job is best for them based on skills and interests. Testing for vision-impaired individuals is also available.

    Career Exploration – Utilizes current labor market information, interviewing, job shadowing, and site visits to identify realistic opportunities that match personal interests.

    Work Adjustment – Provides work skills instruction through temporary jobs aimed at enhancing the individual’s potential to maintain employment in the community.

    Situational Assessment – Provides assessment and on-site feedback regarding work skills aimed at identifying vocational goals to improve chances of securing and maintaining community employment.

    Digital Skills Training – Teaches basic online and computer skills including general use, typing, Microsoft Office, and Google Applied Digital Skills.

    It Certification – Individualized training providing participants with industry-recognized credentials for the IT industry.

    Youth Transition Services – Provides school-aged youth with the skills necessary to transition to the world of work.

    Comprehensive Case Management Employment Program – Employment skills training, work experience, and wrap-around support program for young adults looking to obtain community employment through a partnership with Ohio Means Jobs.

    Job Placement Services

    Job Seeking Skills Training – Teaches résumé writing, application completion, and interviewing techniques.

    Job Development – Assists in the full scope of employment-related needs, from job search to employment retention. This program can be tailored to ex-offenders.

    Job Coaching Services – Provides a Job Coach to work side-by-side with individuals teaching job skills and appropriate work behaviors. Job Fairs – Goodwill hosts job fairs with area employers looking to hire.

    Hiring Events – Goodwill hosts and partners to provide on-the-spot interviews for individuals looking to obtain employment.

    Job Club – Provides ongoing motivation and group support while reinforcing and improving job-seeking skills.

    Employment G.P.S. – This program provides Goal, Planning, and Support (G.P.S.) and includes long-term, intensive case management support focused on helping achieve goals of employment and education.

    Family Strengthening

    Emergency Voucher Program – Provides pre-loaded cards used to secure free clothing and household items for those in need of short term assistance. Vouchers are distributed to individuals in need, local schools, and other community partners. The voucher program is now accepting applications. Submit your voucher applications here.

    Social Services – Provides assistance to individuals in navigating and connecting to community resources.

    Financial Literacy – Offers financial education on topics related to personal finances.

    COMPASS – Sexual Assault, Prevention & Support services for women, children and men who are survivors of rape or sexual abuse. Learn more here.

  • Harrison

    Pre-Employment Services

    Vocational Evaluation – Testing to help individuals decide which type of job is best for them based on skills and interests. Testing for vision-impaired individuals is also available.

    Career Exploration – Utilizes current labor market information, interviewing, job shadowing, and site visits to identify realistic opportunities that match personal interests.

    Work Adjustment – Provides work skills instruction through temporary jobs aimed at enhancing the individual’s potential to maintain employment in the community.

    Situational Assessment – Provides assessment and on-site feedback regarding work skills aimed at identifying vocational goals to improve chances of securing and maintaining community employment.

    Digital Skills Training – Teaches basic online and computer skills including general use, typing, Microsoft Office, and Google Applied Digital Skills.

    It Certification – Individualized training providing participants with industry-recognized credentials for the IT industry.

    Youth Transition Services – Provides school-aged youth with the skills necessary to transition to the world of work.

    Job Placement Services

    Job Seeking Skills Training – Teaches résumé writing, application completion, and interviewing techniques.

    Job Development – Assists in the full scope of employment-related needs, from job search to employment retention. This program can be tailored to ex-offenders.

    Job Coaching Services – Provides a Job Coach to work side-by-side with individuals teaching job skills and appropriate work behaviors. Job Fairs – Goodwill hosts job fairs with area employers looking to hire.

    Hiring Events – Goodwill hosts and partners to provide on-the-spot interviews for individuals looking to obtain employment.

    Job Club – Provides ongoing motivation and group support while reinforcing and improving job-seeking skills.

    Employment G.P.S. – This program provides Goal, Planning, and Support (G.P.S.) and includes long-term, intensive case management support focused on helping achieve goals of employment and education.

    Family Strengthening

    Emergency Voucher Program – Provides pre-loaded cards used to secure free clothing and household items for those in need of short term assistance. Vouchers are distributed to individuals in need, local schools, and other community partners. The voucher program is now accepting applications. Submit your voucher applications here.

    Social Services – Provides assistance to individuals in navigating and connecting to community resources.

    Financial Literacy – Offers financial education on topics related to personal finances.

  • Jefferson
    Wintersville Goodwill
    103 Main St
    Wintersville, OH 43953

    Pre-Employment Services

    Vocational Evaluation – Testing to help individuals decide which type of job is best for them based on skills and interests. Testing for vision-impaired individuals is also available.

    Career Exploration – Utilizes current labor market information, interviewing, job shadowing, and site visits to identify realistic opportunities that match personal interests.

    Work Adjustment – Provides work skills instruction through temporary jobs aimed at enhancing the individual’s potential to maintain employment in the community.

    Situational Assessment – Provides assessment and on-site feedback regarding work skills aimed at identifying vocational goals to improve chances of securing and maintaining community employment.

    Digital Skills Training – Teaches basic online and computer skills including general use, typing, Microsoft Office, and Google Applied Digital Skills.

    It Certification – Individualized training providing participants with industry-recognized credentials for the IT industry.

    Youth Transition Services – Provides school-aged youth with the skills necessary to transition to the world of work.

    Job Placement Services

    Job Seeking Skills Training – Teaches résumé writing, application completion, and interviewing techniques.

    Job Development – Assists in the full scope of employment-related needs, from job search to employment retention. This program can be tailored to ex-offenders.

    Job Coaching Services – Provides a Job Coach to work side-by-side with individuals teaching job skills and appropriate work behaviors. Job Fairs – Goodwill hosts job fairs with area employers looking to hire.

    Hiring Events – Goodwill hosts and partners to provide on-the-spot interviews for individuals looking to obtain employment.

    Job Club – Provides ongoing motivation and group support while reinforcing and improving job-seeking skills.

    Employment G.P.S. – This program provides Goal, Planning, and Support (G.P.S.) and includes long-term, intensive case management support focused on helping achieve goals of employment and education.

    Family Strengthening

    Emergency Voucher Program – Provides pre-loaded cards used to secure free clothing and household items for those in need of short term assistance. Vouchers are distributed to individuals in need, local schools, and other community partners. The voucher program is now accepting applications. Submit your voucher applications here.

    Social Services – Provides assistance to individuals in navigating and connecting to community resources.

    Financial Literacy – Offers financial education on topics related to personal finances.

West Virginia Counties

  • Hancock

    Pre-Employment Services

    Vocational Evaluation – Testing to help individuals decide which type of job is best for them based on skills and interests. Testing for vision-impaired individuals is also available.

    Career Exploration – Utilizes current labor market information, interviewing, job shadowing, and site visits to identify realistic opportunities that match personal interests.

    Work Adjustment – Provides work skills instruction through temporary jobs aimed at enhancing the individual’s potential to maintain employment in the community.

    Situational Assessment – Provides assessment and on-site feedback regarding work skills aimed at identifying vocational goals to improve chances of securing and maintaining community employment.

    Digital Skills Training – Teaches basic online and computer skills including general use, typing, Microsoft Office, and Google Applied Digital Skills.

    It Certification – Individualized training providing participants with industry-recognized credentials for the IT industry.

    Youth Transition Services – Provides school-aged youth with the skills necessary to transition to the world of work.

    Job Placement Services

    Job Seeking Skills Training – Teaches résumé writing, application completion, and interviewing techniques.

    Job Development – Assists in the full scope of employment-related needs, from job search to employment retention. This program can be tailored to ex-offenders.

    Job Coaching Services – Provides a Job Coach to work side-by-side with individuals teaching job skills and appropriate work behaviors. Job Fairs – Goodwill hosts job fairs with area employers looking to hire.

    Hiring Events – Goodwill hosts and partners to provide on-the-spot interviews for individuals looking to obtain employment.

    Job Club – Provides ongoing motivation and group support while reinforcing and improving job-seeking skills.

    Family Strengthening

    Emergency Voucher Program – Provides pre-loaded cards used to secure free clothing and household items for those in need of short term assistance. Vouchers are distributed to individuals in need, local schools, and other community partners. The voucher program is now accepting applications. Submit your voucher applications here.

    Social Services – Provides assistance to individuals in navigating and connecting to community resources.

    Financial Literacy – Offers financial education on topics related to personal finances.

    Outreach

    Table Of Hope – Provides much needed hot meals and a connection to social and employment services to the residents in the Brooke and Hancock Counties of West Virginia

  • Brooke

    Pre-Employment Services

    Vocational Evaluation – Testing to help individuals decide which type of job is best for them based on skills and interests. Testing for vision-impaired individuals is also available.

    Career Exploration – Utilizes current labor market information, interviewing, job shadowing, and site visits to identify realistic opportunities that match personal interests.

    Work Adjustment – Provides work skills instruction through temporary jobs aimed at enhancing the individual’s potential to maintain employment in the community.

    Situational Assessment – Provides assessment and on-site feedback regarding work skills aimed at identifying vocational goals to improve chances of securing and maintaining community employment.

    Digital Skills Training – Teaches basic online and computer skills including general use, typing, Microsoft Office, and Google Applied Digital Skills.

    It Certification – Individualized training providing participants with industry-recognized credentials for the IT industry.

    Youth Transition Services – Provides school-aged youth with the skills necessary to transition to the world of work.

    Job Placement Services

    Job Seeking Skills Training – Teaches résumé writing, application completion, and interviewing techniques.

    Job Development – Assists in the full scope of employment-related needs, from job search to employment retention. This program can be tailored to ex-offenders.

    Job Coaching Services – Provides a Job Coach to work side-by-side with individuals teaching job skills and appropriate work behaviors. Job Fairs – Goodwill hosts job fairs with area employers looking to hire.

    Hiring Events – Goodwill hosts and partners to provide on-the-spot interviews for individuals looking to obtain employment.

    Job Club – Provides ongoing motivation and group support while reinforcing and improving job-seeking skills.

    Family Strengthening

    Emergency Voucher Program – Provides pre-loaded cards used to secure free clothing and household items for those in need of short term assistance. Vouchers are distributed to individuals in need, local schools, and other community partners. The voucher program is now accepting applications. Submit your voucher applications here.

    Social Services – Provides assistance to individuals in navigating and connecting to community resources.

    Financial Literacy – Offers financial education on topics related to personal finances.

    Outreach

    Table Of Hope – Provides much needed hot meals and a connection to social and employment services to the residents in the Brooke and Hancock Counties of West Virginia

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