It can be difficult for those reentering society after serving time in prison and jail to find stable employment, but supportive employment services specifically for those with behavioral health needs can help. This could include providing access to available resources, building skills to become competitive candidates, and receiving job coaching and training. This works in the following four ways: 1. It builds connections with local supported employment providers, 2. It encourages work with ongoing conversations about employment, 3. It educates clients on ways to access Social Security disability benefits and obtain employment and 4. It includes employment goals and progress in regular check-ins.