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Fire recovery office opens in Chester

Alliance for Workforce Development, Inc. (AFWD) announced the opening of its newest fire recovery office in Chester located at 328 Main St., Suite 3 to better serve the area. This new office will primarily focus on the recovery initiatives for the Dixie and Sugar (Beckwourth Complex) fires and assist with navigating the impacts these wildfires have had on local communities.

This new office will serve both Lassen and Plumas County residents impacted. The alliance encourage clients to visit and receive no-cost resume development, unemployment application assistance, community referrals, training and job placement support. Businesses can also utilize resources to support their workforce needs; recruitment assistance, training support and On-The-Job Training funding to alleviate strain while recovering.

Four experienced AFWD Team Members make up the new office and are eager to assist – Jerri Nielsen, Business Services Representative; Josh Bradley, Career Center Advisor; Pamela Sylvia, Career Center Advisor; and Valerie Bourque, Resource and Referral Coordinator.

Visit the office today if you have any questions or need assistance. If you cannot make it into the office you can also chat directly with AFWD Staff on the website or Facebook.

Chester Recovery Office

Address: 328 Main Street, Suite 3, Chester, CA 96020 Phone: 530-258-3866
Website: www.afwd.org
Facebook: https://bit.ly/3pOF40X

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