Menu of Services:
Services for Employers and Agencies
Services for Individuals
Meet Your DPN
Where Can I Find The DPN?
How Can The DPN Help Me
Disability Issues and Actions in Congress
Services for Employers and Agencies:
As an employer you may have concerns or questions about subjects such as hiring practices, interviewing, ADA, and tax incentives. For more information on these and many more topics, please click the link below.
Employers and Agencies Section (link)
Services for Individuals:
For answers concerning assistive technology, benefits, and local and national resources please refer to our Individual DPN services section below.
Services for Individuals Section (link)
Meet Your Disability Program Navigator (DPN)
Toni Costales-Servin is your North Central Counties Consortium Disability
Program Navigator. She is located at the Sutter County One Stop and has been providing convenient and easy access to disability information in our five counties. Some services that the Navigator provides are services to Employers such as information and training on programs, services, adaptive technology and accommodations, financial and tax incentives for hiring people with disabilities and connecting job seekers with services that will support them in meeting employment goals, provide referrals and resource information about Social Security benefits, Benefits Planning Services, Ticket to Work, and Supportive Employment and information to local resources and answers to disability questions. The Disability Program Navigator (DPN) strengthens relationships with groups, agencies and organizations to promote the employment of qualified individuals.
What is a Disability Program Navigator (DPN)?
- Relationship Builder
Where can I find the DPN?
The Disability Program Navigator for Yuba, Sutter, Lake, Glenn, and Colusa Counties can be found at the Sutter County One Stop, 256 Wilbur Ave. P.O. Box F, Yuba City Ca. 95991, (530) 822-5120 X 3052 [TTY: (530) 822-5104]
How can the DPN help me?
- Develop partnerships and collaborate on an ongoing basis with employers to facilitate job placements for persons with disabilities.
- Serve as resource on Social Security administration (SSA’s) work incentives and employment support programs and the provision of services through Benefits Planning, Assistance and Outreach organizations (BPAO’s); Protection and Advocacy systems (P & A’s); and employment-related demonstration projects.
- Serve as resources on the Federal, State, Local and private programs that impact the ability of persons with disabilities to enter and remain in the workforce.
- Develop linkages and collaborate on an ongoing basis with employers to facilitate job placements for persons with disabilities.
Disability Issues and Actions in Congress:
Please see Disability Issues and Actions in Congree Page - Link Here
Taelor Khan initially came to the Sutter County One Stop as a high school student who is blind and in need of work experience. Currently Taelor is a college student with that needed work experience, who comes to the Sutter County One Stop a few times a week and successfully utilizes the Assistive Technology station to complete her college assignments. Taelor skillfully uses one of the many AT software provided, the program is known as JAWS, which is a screen reader developed for computer users whose vision loss prevents them from seeing screen content. JAWS reads aloud what's on the PC screen. Taelor is on her way to successfully achieving her college degree and we, here at the Sutter County One Stop will always find honor that we could provide this kind of technology, assisting people like Taelor become “Success Stories”.