Fedcap Rehabilitation Services, Inc.

aka The Fedcap Group   |   New York, NY   |  http://fedcap.org/

Mission

Fedcap Rehabilitation Services provides an array of services to youth and adults helping thousands each year graduate from high school, obtain vocational certification or a college degree, become work ready, obtain meaningful employment and achieve long term economic well-being. Our mission is to create opportunities for people with barriers to economic well-being. Fedcap Rehabilitation Services is a part of the international organization, The Fedcap Group.

Ruling year info

1939

President and Chief Executive Officer

Christine McMahon

Main address

633 Third Avenue 6th Floor

New York, NY 10017 USA

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EIN

13-5645879

NTEE code info

Vocational Rehabilitation (includes Job Training and Employment for Disabled and Elderly) (J30)

Services to Promote the Independence of Specific Populations (P80)

Human Services - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C. (P99)

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Economic Development

The Fedcap Group works at the intersection of workforce and economic development to drive job creation and growth. Fedcap has designed a comprehensive solution to the development of a skilled workforce, a win-win for businesses and employees alike. With an understanding of economic and labor market trends, Fedcap partners with 9,000 businesses nationally through the provision of customized, employer-based training combined with job readiness, case management and wrap-around pre-and post-placement support services.

The Fedcap Group’s new investment capacity is strategically aligned with this expertise in talent development, delivering capital to businesses and communities that lack access to traditional financing sources. The Fedcap Group will provide capital to businesses located in low-income communities, with a focus on those owned by veteran, minority, women and others that have faced barriers. We will complement these business investments with investments in community assets and business infrastructure that are also necessary for growth and improved quality of life for residents.

Major Components of Economic Development:
Commercial Businesses
Community Development

Population(s) Served
Adults
Unemployed people

The Fedcap Group is committed to education as a pathway to long term economic well being. Beginning with newborns and continuing to serve through adulthood, The Fedcap Group offers a rich array of tailored programs for every step of a person’s academic journey.

•Our early intervention and child development programs ensure that children enter school ready to learn.
•Our innovative truancy programs help prevent young people from dropping out of school.
•Our youth services help young people graduate from high school, enter college and complete their degree.
•Our adult learning programs provide technical skills in high growth sectors with a pipeline to employment.

Major Components of Education:
Early Intervention & Childhood Development
Combating Truancy
PrepNOW™
Connect2Careers and High Impact Internships
Get Ready!™
Career Design School
Special Education Schools
Food Arts Center

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Adults

Individuals with mental illness, substance use disorders or physical health issues possess a wide range of talents and abilities. When supported, they are able to work in all sectors of the U.S. economy.

The Fedcap Group takes a novel approach to “Occupational Health” –assisting individuals to obtain the critical treatment they need while at the same time providing the supports they need to be successful in employment. We believe that combining better health coverage with workforce opportunities will enhance every delivery system. Work is a critical component of treatment — in fact — we believe that work completes treatment!

Using an array of evidence-based interventions, our clinicians are focused on helping those we serve maintain physical and mental health. Working in partnership with our Workforce Development and Educational teams, individuals are prepared for work through our Get Ready! web-based training curriculum, obtain vocational certifications in high growth sectors through our Career Design School, find a job and sustain living wage employment.

Major Components of Occupational Health:
Comprehensive Bio-psychosocial Assessment
Service & Benefits Screening
Outpatient Clinical Services
Peer Supported Recovery
Inpatient Treatment
Home Health Services
Managed Care

Population(s) Served
People with disabilities
Adults

The Fedcap Group has designed a comprehensive solution to the development of a skilled workforce, a win-win for businesses and employees alike. With an understanding of economic and labor market trends. We are ahead of the curve in providing trained talent. We partner with businesses through the provision of customized, employer-based training combined with job readiness, case management and post-placement supports.

We also assist companies with tax credits associated with their hiring strategies and may be able to temporarily subsidize wages with third-party funding sources.

The Fedcap Group has partnered with 9,000 businesses nationwide, meeting critical staffing needs for employers while assisting thousands of individuals with barriers to economic well-being forever change the course of their lives.

Major Components of Workforce Development:
Employer Based Training
Service & Benefits Screening
Diagnostic Vocational Evaluation
Work Readiness
Job Placement
Retention and Career Pathway Support

Population(s) Served
Unemployed people
People with disabilities

In 2017, Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services joined forces with The Fedcap Group. Through our partnership, we are shining a national spotlight on the issues facing veterans and their families – mobilizing resources and expertise to modernize solutions. The common missions dovetail in the vision of economic empowerment, workforce development, and education and wellness.

At Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services, we believe our veterans and military families can succeed where they live. Our mission is to ensure that's possible in every community. We work nationally and locally to break down barriers and connect individuals and organizations with easily accessible solutions that veterans and military families need to access meaningful employment, education, housing, and healthcare. The Center is the “go-to” resource for employers, educators, healthcare providers, certification and training institutions, service-minded individuals, and those who want veterans to reach their potential and participate fully in their communities. Dixon Center has provided an unmatched resource and support network for nearly 2.1 million individuals and organizations since 2012.

Population(s) Served
Veterans
Military personnel
Ethnic and racial groups
Social and economic status

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Fedcap Rehabilitation Services, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 8/2/2021
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Board co-chair

Laurence Ach


Board co-chair

Peter Panken

Nancy Settergren

Peter Aschkenasy

Janice Oursler

Malvina Kay

Paul Davis

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