New EnglandBased in Boston, ICI has recently expanded its regional activities with major projects such as the New England Rehabilitation Continuing Education Program, the Northeast Regional Center for Vision Education, the New England Job Development Training Program, and Massachusetts Medicaid Infrastructure and Comprehensive Employment Opportunities Grant. Many training opportunities are available-- check the New England Training Calendar for a list.
Publications related to New England
Massachusetts Public and Subsidized Housing Tenants: Know Your Rights! Get a Rent Freeze When You Go to Work
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A guide to help MA public housing tenants with disabilities keep their rent stable when they get a job.
The second in an annual series of snapshot reports on the employment of people with disabilities in Massachusetts.
This is the first in an annual series of snapshot reports on the employment of people with disabilities in Massachusetts. It offers an overview of trends in employment of people with disabilities for people with disabilities, advocates, policymakers, researchers, and other interested parties.
The issue of the MassWorks newsletter discusses MassHealth CommonHealth and the options it offers working people with disabilities.
Rent Freeze Basics for Public and Subsidized Housing Tenants Who Go to Work: A Guide for Mass. Community Service Providers
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For some tenants, rent freeze incentive policies can minimize the impact that increased earnings will have on rent. Under a rent freeze, when an eligible tenant gets a job after a period of unemployment, the rent will stay flat-- that is, not go up-- for a period of time. This companion guide explains the policies and eligibility guidelines.