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REFERRING
AGENCIES

As a staffing agency with a mission to support individuals in recovery, the associates that our partner agencies refer to us get more than just a job: they get a second chance to reach their goals, support their families, and give back to their communities.

To refer to Working Fields, send an email to secondchances@workingfields.com with the prospective candidate’s name, phone number, and email (optional). Phone referrals may be made to Heather Wiles at (802) 348-4610 x104.


EMAIL A REFERRAL

ALL OF OUR ASSOCIATES ARE:



Welcomed by trained Recovery Coaches, many who are in long-term recovery themselves

Evaluated for the right fit in a job placement, both for skill set and progress in recovery

Matched with supportive resources to support a successful placement and their ongoing recovery

Helped to develop realistic, attainable goals and supported to achieve them

Held accountable in their recovery through weekly meetings and check-ins

Cheered on by a fierce advocate

For those in recovery, our extensive screening process and ongoing support—using strength-based Recovery Coaching skills and techniques—increases their chances of success. Recovery Coaching enables us to support many aspects of their recovery throughout their placement with an employee partner, because we know that employment is just one piece of the puzzle.

RECOVERY
COACHING

Success Rate


OUR SUCCESS RATE

We like to say that Working Fields has a 100% success rate: Every individual who we work with gains a benefit—whether it’s planting a seed, identifying obstacles to employment, successfully completing a temporary assignment, or obtaining permanent work.

MAKING A REFERRAL

If you know someone in recovery who could use our support, please consider referring them to Working Fields. While we welcome you to direct your clients to us, we have found the greatest success in completing a connection when case managers from our referring partners share an individual’s contact information with Working Fields—with their permission—and allow us to reach out for the first contact.

OUR EXPERIENCE

Experience has shown that when we are able to introduce ourselves, share our recovery stories, and make a personal connection, their guard goes down and we can help them move forward in the process.