The WF program assists welfare recipients with job placement and training so they take responsibility for themselves and their families. Case managers match program clients with suitable occupations, and program provides transportation and childcare assistance.  Employers who hire from these clients may qualify for Welfare-to-Work Tax Credit (see WOTC tax credit information on p. 4 of this resource guide).

For additional information, contact David Troutman, Work First Employment Program Supervisor at the Randolph County Department of Social Services. David can be reached at (336) 683-8009.