Life Services for CareSource Members
Interested in a job that has advancement opportunities? Are you tired of working several part-time jobs or working without benefits? CareSource knows that finding a rewarding career can be a challenge. And we know what a difference it can make in people’s lives! CareSource Life Services is here to help.
There are more than 20,000 jobs in the Greater Dayton area. CareSource wants to help you find out more about these great opportunities! CareSource has established relationships with 30 employers who currently have 1,500+ openings that range from $10-$15 per hour, full-time with benefits. We have partnered with area companies working in exciting industries such as:
- Customer service
- Food production
- Health care
- Professional services
If you are interested in learning more about available jobs and receiving assistance with interview preparation and training, attend one of the CareSource open house events. These open houses are CareSource member-only events — remember to bring your member ID card.
Who can participate in the Life Services program?
CareSource Life Services is currently seeking people who are:
- CareSource members or parents of a minor child who is a CareSource member
- Over the age of 14
- Residents of one of the following counties:
- Interested in pursuing a goal that improves the member’s health or overall well-being
How does it work?
CareSource Life Services is a voluntary pilot program. After you let us know you are interested, we set up time to learn more about you and how we can help you get ahead. You will need to sign some papers giving us permission to work with you. Based on what you want to accomplish and what barriers you face, we work together to set up a long-term plan to help you achieve your goals. Members are assigned a Life Coach who will continue to work with you as you work toward your goals. The support provided by the Life Coach varies based on what each member wants and needs.
Help In Your Community
We understand that there are often bumps in the road and you may need to ask for help. There are many organizations in your neighborhood that offer help such as financial support for utilities and other bills, food, housing, transportation, childcare, drug and alcohol abuse programs, and more.