Browse the collection of training and educational videos and videos of personal stories.

Deborah (Debbie) R. Becker, MEd, CRC speaks about the reactions to IPS and the resources provided by the IPS Employment Center.

Robert Drake, Ph.D., M.D., discusses the impact of IPS and employment on individuals with mental health disorders.

In this video, Gary Bond, Ph.D., summarizes IPS research.

More confidence, a relationship with family, custody of her kids, and a job she loves– these are just a few of the benefits Rodmetris has found from her time in the IPS program with CMI Healthcare Services in Memphis, TN!

Follow these links to view webinars presented by Debbie Homan, APSS, MSJ for the Bridgehaven Center For Peer Excellence.

The First webinar is titled: My Living and Working with a Serious Mental Illness (SMI) and Helping Others With SMI Obtain Competitive Integrated Employment and the Second Webinar is titled:  Five Stages In The Recovery Process and 10 Guiding Principles of Recovery.

https://courses.bridgehavencpe.org/courses/select-my-living-and-working-with-a-serious-mental-illness

https://courses.bridgehavencpe.org/courses/5-stages-in-the-recovery-process

Follow this link to view videos on the UW-Stout webpage. There are 3 videos: What is Individual Placement and Support, Building a Successful Mental Health and Vocational Rehabilitation Relationship: Collaboration, Communication, and Respect, and IPS Supported Employment Implementation.

https://tacqe.com/ips-training-series/

In this video, Dr. Mills describes different options for using Medicaid to support individuals who want to work, and she explains how Medicaid and VR can be braided or sequenced to provide the full range of services people need.

Sarah Swanson, IPS Employment Center Director, describes technical assistance for IPS programs.

Gary Bond, Ph.D., describes a 50-state survey to learn about where IPS programs are located in the U.S., and revenue for IPS programs.

Robert Drake, Ph.D., provides an introduction to IPS, the evidence-based practice.

Robert Drake, Ph.D., M.D., talks about IPS services for individuals who have substance use disorders, and people who have co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders. This is part 1 of a 2-part video.

Robert Drake, Ph.D., M.D., discusses IPS for individuals with substance use disorders. This is part 2 of a 2-part video.

Gary Bond, Ph.D. describes research for IPS programs serving young adults, and Sarah Swanson talks about what is different about serving young adults rather than a general adult population.

Ruth Brock describes how state Vocational Rehabilitation departments have sometimes created an fee schedule specifically for IPS programs.

In this presentation,  Beth Knapp (Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services) and Janice Mader (Opportunities for Ohioans with Disability) speak about how their partnership supports IPS programs in Ohio.

In this video, Bob Drake, co-developer of the IPS model and IPS learning community, describes strategies that state and country implementation teams use to sustain and expand IPS services.

Role of Case Workers, Housing Specialists, and Mental Health Workers in Supporting Young Adults in IPS

A training webinar, given by Sarah Swanson of the IPS Employment Center, to discuss the benefits of IPS programs for young adults.

Using Individual Placement & Support to Assist Job Seekers and Workers with Mental Health Conditions

This webinar, courtesy of Social Policy Research Associates and the LEAD Center, will offer an introduction to IPS and explore the role of the workforce system in its implementation.

IPS and Martha’s Place

Courtesy of the Alabama Department of Mental Health (ADMH), in partnership with the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services (ADRS) and community mental health centers.

Introduction to Supported Employment

Working people discuss their experiences with IPS

Work and Recovery Through IPS

Alameda County IPS Supported Employment

IPS Specialist Job Preview

North Central Health Care’s video showing what being an IPS Specialist is like.

Wellness Benefits of an Exit Plan

Peggy Swarbrick’s presentation from the 2018 International IPS Learning Community Annual Meeting

Family Advocates for IPS Webinar

How to include family members in the employment plan. We would appreciate your feedback so that we can design better webinars for you in the future. Use this link to answer our short, anonymous, survey.

Engagement Webinar

This webinar is for IPS supervisors, IPS specialists and IPS peer specialists. The focus of the webinar is building relationships with job seekers, students, and workers in IPS services.

De Kracht Van Betaald Werk

Video from our Dutch colleagues in which an employee, IPS worker, and employer share their stories

It’s My Business

Employers describe their experiences with IPS

3 Faces, 3 Lives

Working people share their experiences

Job Development

Demonstration of an IPS specialist meeting with employers

Jeanne’s Recovery through Employment

In this first-person account of returning to work, Jeanne describes how employment helped her recover from substance abuse problems.

Vocational Rehabilitation Discussion Group

Vocational Rehabilitation counselors and supervisors discuss how they work with IPS programs

A Discussion on Benefits and Employment

What to Consider When Making Decisions about Benefits and Employment

Tennessee IPS Story

Tennessee’s Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services shared this story of John’s success working with IPS