OUTREACH AND INTAKE: Case managers visit agencies, businesses, and other locations to meet with potential clients (Migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers or "MSFW"). The case managers record the client's personal history relevant to work experience, skills, training, and other information pertinent to placing the client.
ONE-STOP SERVICES ORIENTATION: At the One-Stop Services Center, several support agencies are available to assist the clients with their needs. ORO Case Managers refer clients to these agencies when needed.
JOB SEARCH AND JOB PLACEMENT: Case Managers take inventory of the client's (MSWF) work history, job skills, work experience, and training requirements to determine an appropriate job placement for the client.
CLASSROOM TRAINING: If the MSFW has the interest and desire to learn a new skill requiring formal classroom education, the case manager assists the client in enrolling at technical training centers and/or community colleges. ORO funds the cost of the training and pays the client a stipend while in training.
SUPPORTIVE SERVICES: ORO Case Managers arrange for additional support services such as transportation, housing, food, or emergency health and medical care for the client as needed.